Any website owner knows that analyzing website content for SEO is very important. To do it, people usually use SEO plugins. Among these plugins, Yoast SEO is one of the most well-known and popular. It’s undeniable that this plugin has done its job incredibly. However, it still has a minus point which is the lack of custom fields' content analysis. To solve this problem, Meta Box has launched a free extension called Meta Box for Yoast SEO. Without any further ado, let’s spend the next 5 minutes reading to know how to set up SEO analysis for contents in custom fields created by Meta Box.
A couple of days ago, Meta Box released a brand new free extension: MB Rank Math Integration and received great attention from the Meta Boxer and Rank Math communities. The integration between Meta Box and Rank Math helps you to add custom fields’ value generated by Meta Box to Rank Math's SEO analysis. As a result, you will know more exactly about how your website and posts are optimized for SEO.
Using this integration is also very simple. Just follow the instructions below to add the content from custom fields to the content analysis of Rank Math.
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In 2020, there have been massive changes in the game called SEO. Some hit some webmasters pretty badly while boosting others, resulting in some massive shifts in SERPs.
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%%title%% for post title or
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