In order to make search engine optimization as pleasant as possible for you, BAVOKO SEO Tools includes several options for optimizing the meta titles and descriptions of your individual WordPress pages as efficiently and conveniently as possible.
Creating Dynamic Meta Titles & Descriptions in WordPress
So that you do not have to set the Meta Titles and Descriptions for every single WordPress page, you can have them automatically generated for your post types and taxonomies within the “Metas” tab of BAVOKO SEO Tools.
Hint: As a first step, we recommend you to automatically generate your WordPress Meta Titles and Descriptions for each post types and then make individual changes using the bulk editor, if necessary.
Automatically generating Metas in BAVOKO SEO Tools
You can create with other SEO plugins dynamic metas in WordPress, too. But this is often associated with great effort, because in particular inexperienced users often do not know how to use the prefixes, in order to generate effective metas. In BAVOKO SEO Tools we have optimized this workflow for you!
And this is how you automatically generate your SEO Metas:
- Navigate to “Onpage” > “Metas” to set dynamic meta titles and descriptions for individual post types.
- Now Drag & Drop the desired prefixes under “Post Attributes”, “Custom Fields” and “Taxonomies” in the desired order inside the text fields for Meta Title and Meta Description. Once you put a prefix in a text box, the change is applied in real-time to the entire Post Type.
- To undo your changes, you can easily delete the individual prefixes from the text box.
- In addition, in this view, you have the option to set the Meta Robots (Noindex, index) for entire sections.
A: For your blog posts, specify that the title of the article and then the blog name appear in the Meta Title.
B: For your WooCommerce products, state that first the product name, then the price, then the brand and finally the shop name is in the meta description.
Example A – Blog Post: Post title & Blog name in the Title
When creating a dynamic meta title for your blog, you should do the following:
- First, click Metas in the onpage section to open the Dynamic Metas view in your WordPress backend. Right in the first window you can edit the Titles, Descriptions and Robots of your Post Types.
- In the list, click on the Post Type where your blog posts are located to open the edit section (in the example: “Posts”).
- To firstly integrate the the title of the article and secondly the name of your blog to the Meta Title, drag & drop the prefixes “Post title” and afterwards “Blog name” in the Title field.
- After you have saved your settings, BAVOKO SEO Tools automatically generates the Meta Titles for all blog posts. It works the same way with your automatic Meta Descriptions.
Example B – Products: Product Name, Brand & Price in the Description
In order to generate the automatic Meta Description for your WooCommerce products mentioned in the example, simply enter your text in the provided text box and drag & drop the desired prefixes “Product name”, “Brand” and “Price” Place in their correct places in the description.
For our example shop this could look like this:
Find the “Product Name” watch from “Brand” for the cheap price of “Price”! | “Shop name”
The Metas Bulk Editor for WordPress
In the Onpage section of BAVOKO SEO Tools, you can use the SEO Bulk Editor to edit the metadata of several consecutive pages in no time.
- Navigate to “Onpage” > “Metas” and enter the tab “Bulk Editor”
- In the Bulk Editor, select the appropriate post type (e.g. pages, posts, or WooCommerce products) to view each article within each section.
- For each page, the title, the description, the URL and the priority keywords are displayed, which you can edit directly by clicking “EDIT”.
- From here, edit the Metas, URLs and Priority Keywords of your pages in just seconds.
- Once you’re done optimizing, you can jump straight to the next page in the same view.
Creating & Optimizing Meta Titles and Descriptions with the Content Optimizer
To create and edit the meta titles and descriptions of your page individually, you will mostly be working with the Content Optimizer during the search engine optimization of your website.
You can access it while editing your post pages in the WordPress backend, as well as within the analysis views of our plugin with a simple click on the CO icon.
- Within the Content Optimizer, click “Metas” and enter your desired metadata in the provided text boxes. To get a clear picture of what your meta snippet will look like in Google, you can always find a handy Google-style preview above.
- As you are writing, you can check the Priority Keywords of each page at any time, and can also keep an eye on the exact word count of your Titles and Descriptions below each text box.
Do you want to learn about how to work with the Content Optimizer in BAVOKO SEO Tools? Then continue reading the following two articles: