"I've worked with the Bondware team since 1998 at different newspapers including Morris MultiMedia, American Hometown Publishing, the Murfreesboro Post and the Cannon Courier. The service has been solid and Bondware's newspaper roots show in the software."

Ron Fryar, Publisher, Cannon Courier & Murfreesboro Post

Auto-complete for Article Tags/Keywords

Keywords are paramount when it comes to SEO. Article keywords are used to link related articles to one another on your news site. Retyping the same keywords over and over for every article--nobody has time for that. Keywords that have been used previously are now presented as auto-complete options when assigning article tags. This allows news publishers and writers to consistently label articles with the same tags. It is fast, easy and effective. Readers who can't get enough news will be presented with a list of related articles and the articles will more accurately populate in search results.


Where do I type in article keywords?


Add Article or Edit an existing article
Scroll to: Toggles and Keywords

Begin typing the keywords

Previously used keywords will dropdown and populate for you to choose from

How do keywords improve the SEO of my site?

Consistency is key, we don't want you to skip a crucial step because of time. Its all about reducing frustrations for the reader who is searching for the article, and the writer who is publishing it. Inconsistent keywords could miss the crucial link to navigate the reader form one story to another. This is especially important for multiple articles that are covering the same person or topic.

These three stories are all using the same keywords


Where are the Related Articles?

The related articles are built into an article template. It will populate for every article in the sections that set articles to use that template. Writers need to ensure the related articles are truly related. By using auto-completed keywords you wont waste time remembering or backtracking to make sure keywords match.

View an article to see its related articles.

Want to remove the Related articles?
Get more info on Article Templates here.

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