SEO Ultimate+ [Advanced SEO] Video Training Series

How to Properly Optimize Meta Titles and Descriptions
In This Video You’ll Learn How to Mass Edit Meta Titles and Descriptions using the Title Tag Rewriter and Meta Description Editor.

Meta titles and descriptions are the first thing visitors see if they’re using a search engine. Which is why having unique, yet succinct meta titles and descriptions is a factor for increasing your websites click-through-rate (CTR).

In addition, your titles and meta data are also critical for topical congruence (how search engines score the relevancy of your pages to your titles and meta data).

In this video we’ll show you how to set up global defaults as well as how to mass edit pages, posts and custom post types (up to 100 pages at a time). This module was designed to save you time, yet provide you with the flexibility you need to dial in stellar meta titles and descriptions.


SEO Ultimate Title Tag Rewriter Shortcodes

In the Default Formats tab in the title tag rewriter, you can set up title formats for Blog homepage title, Post title format, Page title format, Category title format, Tag title format, Day archive title format, Month archive title format, Year archive title format, Author archive title format, Search title format, 404 title format, and Pagination title format.

Here are the variables which you can use with title and their meaning:

a) {blog} variable: Name of blog.

b) {tagline} variable: Blog tagline.

c) {post} variable: The post’s title.

d) {category} variable: Title of the post category.

e) {categories} variable: List of categories.

f) {tags} variable: List of tags.

g) {author} variable: Post author.

h) {author_username} variable: Username of author.

i) {author_firstname} variable: First name of author.

j) {author_lastname} variable: Last name of author.

k) {author_nickname} variable: Nick name of author.

l) {page} variable: Page title.

m) {page_parent} variable: Title of parent page.

n) {day} variable: Day number with ordinal suffix. For Example, 12th.

o) {daynum} variable: Day number, For Example, 12.

p) {month} variable: Name of month. For Example, June.

q) {monthnum} variable: Number of month. For Example, 06.

r) {year} variable: Year. For Example, 2014.

s) {query} variable: Search query.

t) {ucwords} variable: Search query with first letter of every word in caps.

u) {url_words} variable: Words in error URL with first letter of every word in caps.

v) {title} variable: Title.

w) {num} variable: Page number.

x) {max} variable: Total number of available sub pages.

Easily Mass Edit Meta Titles and Descriptions in WordPress.