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1. Accurately describe your web page title tag.
2. Accurately word the description of each web page.
3. Accurately add keywords to each of your web pages.
4. Add amazing header tags that get attention.
5. Learn what Google has to say about meta tag optimizing.
To see meta tags right click on a web page and select "View Page Source" you will see a language that you may not be familiar with called "html code". which simply means Hyper Text Mark-Up Language. The code forms web pages so they look like a Word document. Our web site is coded with html5 which is better than html4. I love it for how well it works with video insertion on web pages.
All of your pages of your website should have a description so search engines can index or store the information for your visitors to see. Meta tags help get your website displayed properly so you get the result below.
Metadata is data information about your website's web pages in the form of an HTML document. Meta Tags directives are not displayed on front of a web page but the words that describe them are. Meta Data code appears behind each web page in the web pages' code. You can see if by right clicking on the page and seeing the actual words in coded Hypertext Markup Language. Meta elements are typically used to specify page description, keywords, author of the document, last modified, and other metadata.
Meta tags effect the behavior of "crawl bot's" that index the pages of your website in search engines. The key to defining Meta tags is to research before you settle on what works for your web site. The success of your meta tags depend on your ability to thoroughly describe your web page in a way that it also gets the proper keywords entered without performing what is know as meta tag keyword stuffing. Make each sentence read as natural as possible.
The truth about the Meta Tags is they work for the purpose of directing and effecting how search engines index your website's web pages. The leader in search, "Google" says it plainly in there tools for webmasters how to set up meta tags and how they work with web sites so that should be enough indication of the importance of having them update in your website.
It's a myth when you here someone say that meta tags don't work or the title tag won't effect you web pages during a search. You'll read of hear discussions they do work. Through careful study and research we determined it is more profitable to add Meta Tags and descriptions in title tags to your website.
How can we be sure since there arguments both ways? We always look to the leader of the search industry and that would be Google.
1. Read Google articles about setting up Meta tags.
2. Read Google's articles about adding excellent page descriptions.