I don't think that is necessary for SEO. Using keywords doesn't mean any special english punctuation rules. Just go with those which best suit your needs Hal Smith URLdreamer Consultant
by Hal Smith - 4 hours ago
No, there is no need to use comma after last keyword because we use comma to separate the keywords and when there is not next keyword you should not use it.
by ♥♥ Mohsin ♥♥ - 4 hours ago
I use WordPress in my site and i use WordPress SEO by yoast but i can't put more than one keyword for post, kindly is there a way to do this (more than one keyword) or should i use all in one SEO for WordPress Plugin.
by Addy - 4 hours ago
Doesn't really matter since keywords are largely ignored by search engines anymore.
by | - 4 hours ago
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