Kane Made It
Dec 15, 2020
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Allow World blogger to optimize SEO for blog post on World

Recently as several improvement on blogging has been carried out on World, we would like to make it further with SEO (Search Engine Optimization). By allow user to enter SEO Description and Thumbnail Image, you will be confident to share a blog post on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter or it shows up on a Search result of Google.

Fig.1. New settings when creating / editing a blog post

After submitting, just inspect element and you can see the whole info:

Image 06d32b69-1cc9-49b9-b94e-6d38f3a6f4e6
Fig.2. New metadata on header

Result on Facebook:

Image 06f558b6-cadb-4579-b034-5d84cc493c07
Fig.3. Preview on Facebook


Dec 15, 2020


Antti Alasvuo
Antti Alasvuo Dec 16, 2020 12:36 PM

Really nice! Thank you.

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