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December 26, 2011
10:14 am

Hello Admin,

Thanks for adding the many improvements to CyberSEO version 5.29!This is becoming my primary tool as your coding and functionality is working very well on my blogs.

Can you give any idea what’s in store for future releases? Any other enhancements or improvements?

Note: Would it make sense to have 2 “Global Synonym Tables”, 1 for the Post ‘Title’ and 1 for Post ‘Body’?


December 26, 2011
1:38 pm
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Sorry, but I can't tell anything about my plans. Just stay tuned. This site is the only official source of the news.

As about the separate synonym tables for post titles, bodies, and excepts. I don't plan to implement them because they (the tables) are the biggest resource consumers. The eat too much memory and time, so even a single synonym table is a serious task for your server. Having a few copies of them is too much for a PHP script.

December 27, 2011
7:23 am

Hello Admin,

Okay, reason I mention the separate ‘Synonyms’ for title/body, is , i checked and found only the 1st ‘keyword’ found is getting replaced/removed when the script runs, others are ignored, which is an issue.

If the keyword is in both the Title and the Body, then still I have it showing in the body. Please, is there at least an option you can add for checking ‘multiple instances’ of a keyword in the ‘Global Synonym Table’ list?

I realize this may be more resource consuming but doesn’t help if the same key word is also in the post body (which in my case almost always is 2 instances) so for those of us that need it, would use it wisely as advised.

So, an option for checking if a 2nd instance of a keyword exists (if a 1st was found) would be very helpful to us.


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