In four easy steps:
Create a file in the "/"directory called siteurls_override.config
Copy the Content folder in "\themes\theme-name\" and rename it the same as you made the folder name in the "path" field above. Go into this folder and name it what ever you entered for the "page" field above. (this allows some added SEO by url name also.
open the .aspx file in the "themes\theme-name\foldername" and change the line from
Go to Themes\theme-name\Common\ and copy rename the master.MASTER file and rename it to (pagename).MASTER you can now open and edit the HTML for title and meta in this file.
*hint* it goes directly after this code:
SEO code should be in this format:
So in 4 simple steps you've made Community Server SEO Friendly for content pages!
Also keep in mind that Google no longer looks at keywords and only lightly at meta description now. You should focus on the content of your site and keep in mind that the SEO code only helps your page position if it matches the rest of your page content.