jekyll-seo-tag - A Jekyll plugin to add metadata tags for search engines and social networks to better index and display your site's content

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A Jekyll plugin to add metadata tags for search engines and social networks to better index and display your site's content. While you could theoretically add the necessary metadata tags yourself, Jekyll SEO Tag provides a battle-tested template of crowdsourced best-practices.

https://jekyll.github.io/jekyll-seo-tag
https://github.com/jekyll/jekyll-seo-tag

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