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WRITING META TAGS
Remember Your Motives
Search engine optimization isn’t just about getting a top listing. Ultimately, webmasters optimize their pages in hopes of getting sales, or, for content-based sites, getting ad revenue. This should always be your first priority.
For example, consider that you were searching for “shoes,” and that the first listing looked like this:
Shoes Online: Sneakers, Sandals, Shoes, New Shoes, Footwear
Come to Shoes Online to get shoes! We have all kinds of shoes, sandals, sneakers, and more. Shoes Online has great footwear. Click here for shoes!
Would you click on it? And furthermore, would you consider buying shoes from that website? You probably wouldn’t.
Even though search engine optimization usually focuses on search engines, it’s important to remember that everything you do still needs to appeal to users. Keep this in mind as you “optimize” your title and Meta tags. I’ve seen many sites that have titles like the one above, and they may get a good ranking, but the person ranked lower than them (just a few positions lower) will get more clicks than they do. Why? It’s simple, the title is more attractive, and is well optimized without looking like keyword spamming.Other Details
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