Optimized Meta Tags Keywords

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Optimized Meta tags keywords

Optimized metatags keywords we can divide for two general group:
  • Meta description tags
  • Meta Keywords
Some search engines may display the meta description as a part of the search results, but the meta keyword tags should not appear in search result. The general consensus among SEO experts is that meta tags are dead. Even so, many of these same experts continue to use meta tags in their own sites. For Google, adding the description meta tag does not result in a boost in the search engine results pages (SERPs), but the description for your SERP listings in Google. Yahoo! Says, they use the keyword Meta Tag when it ranks a page. Hence it makes sens to add one for Yahoo! And any other minor search engines that still use.

What Do the Meta tags Lookalike?

You can add the following in the head section of the web page: <Meta names= "keywords"content=KEYWORD1 KEYWORD2 KEYPHRASE1 ect. about 30 to 40 unique words"> <Meta Name= "description" content=Accurate, keyword-rich description about 150 characters">

Meta Description Tag Tips

Important tips for good Meta Description tags:
  • Use Keywords in your meta description tag.
  • Try not to repeat the words overly often, but try to use multiple syntax's of your key words.
  • There should not be more than 150 characters in a description meta tags of a single web page.
  • Use a different meta description tag for each page, as each page is different and stands a better chance of being found if you place a good title and description on it.

Meta Keywords Tag Tips

Please refer to the previous article (link below) for identifying good keywords. Use the following tips for preparing good meta keywords tags.
  • Use synonyms
  • Use unique keywords
  • No need to repeat any given phrase
  • You can repeat a word any number of time, as long as each time it is part of a different phrase.

Robots Meta Tag

The important meta tag that you may need sometimes is the Robots Meta tag which looks like this: <Meta name="robots" content= "noindex, nofollow"> using the above meta tag, you can tell a spider or a robot that you do not want some of your pages indexed, or that you do not want your links followed.   This article might be also interesting for you: https://blog.planb-cambodia.com/seo/optimized-keywords/

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