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If you have a large website that contains a lot of content, it can be hard to keep an overview of the current (SEO) status of your website. You might want to get insight into which of your posts haven’t been optimized correctly so that you can fix them! Luckily, Yoast SEO Premium offers a quick and easy solution for this: exporting your keywords/keyphrases.

How to export keyphrase data

Yoast SEO Premium includes a tool that allows you to export data about your content to a CSV file. This provides you with an overview of the focus keywords used, and the page they’re used on. It lists all of your public posts, terms, and related keyphrases. You can also choose to include other data by clicking the specific checkboxes. The following data can be exported together with your posts:

  • Keyphrase scores
  • URLs
  • Title
  • SEO title
  • Meta description
  • Readability score

You can import the CSV data into Google Sheets or Microsoft Excel and start working on your SEO! You can use this overview for doing a content audit or to quickly see which posts haven’t been optimized correctly.

Other data export options

The Tools section in Yoast SEO Premium includes several other options to import and export data:

  • Import settings
    Import settings from another Yoast SEO installation by pasting them and clicking “Import settings”.
  • Export settings
    You can export your Yoast SEO settings in order to use these settings on another site.
  • Import from other SEO plugins
    Yoast SEO is able to automatically detect data from your old SEO plugin and import the settings.
  • Export redirects
    If you have a lot of redirects on your site
  • Import redirects
    There are different things you can import in the Tool section of Yoast SEO. You can import from other redirect plugins, import from a CSV file or import your redirects directly from your .htaccess file.

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