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SEO Tool

Embarking on your blogging journey with TravelFeed? Let’s navigate through the SEO section in the editor sidebar, ensuring your tales traverse far and wide on the web!

Configuration Essentials

  • Slug: Define the URL ending of your post, for example my-awesome-post. Keep it neat and relevant or leave it empty to use an auto-genereated slug from your title.
  • Meta Description: A concise snippet that summarizes your post for search engines.
  • Focus Keyphrase: Identify a core keyword that your post revolves around.


  • Pre-Write Keyword Research: Investigate and identify an easily rankable focus keyphrase before you start writing.
  • SEO Audit Utility: The focus keyphrase is only used for the SEO Audit tool.

Exploring the Expandable Sections

SEO Analysis

TravelFeed’s posts are already set up to be friendly to search engines like Google. Even though we handle the techy part, getting to the top spots on Google need a little extra from you. Simply put, it’s about choosing the right words (keywords) that people might type into Google when they’re looking for adventures like yours and then write a great post with them.

The SEO Analysis tool is here to help make that even easier. It uses some smart tech from the folks at Yoast SEO, who are pros at this in the WordPress world.

Usage: Click "analyze now" after inserting your focus keyphrase to audit the SEO.

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Readability Analysis

Run together with the SEO Analysis, this checks how easy your post is to read and gives you suggestions what to improve.

Social Media

  • Customization: Tailor the title, description, and thumbnail for platforms supporting open graph metadata (like Facebook, WhatsApp, Discord) and Twitter.
  • Default Setting: If untouched, TravelFeed crafts a thumbnail blending a picture and the post title.

Advanced Options

  • Noindex: Prevent search engines from indexing a post. Useful if you're reposting content already published elsewhere to avoid SEO penalties. This setting only applies to the post on TravelFeed, not to blogs on TravelFeed Hosting.
  • Canonical URL: If this post has been previously published somewhere else, put the full link here. Useful to avoid SEO penalties. If you use TravelFeed hosting, the canonical URL on will automatically point to your blog if your blog has "Auto canconical links" enabled.
  • Backdate Post: Opt to set a different publish date.

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