I've already started a post about it a few days back: https://community.peerboard.com/post/395987283
It's been a month and there is no fix. I understand developers are busy with fixing other important issues, but they shouldn't ignore the importance of SEO if they want their forum solution to grow.
Without proper display of titles and descriptions in the search results, PeerBoard can't expect to compete with leading community and forum software. Even people will quit eventually.
Here's the issue:
Posts have same meta title and description. Due to that, Google only shows a couple of results and omits the rest.
This is not how I expect my community's links to look in the search results. My community is small, but if we take a look at PeerBoard's own index of Google, then results are not good:
Only category and author profile pages are indexed properly. The actual posts or thread that help with SEO are indexed with the same title.
Google only shows 9 results and omits the rest because PeerBoard's iFrame adds the same title and description to all the posts and Google hates redundant content.
How can someone rank their community and drive more traffic if community's content won't even show up properly in the search results?