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SEO Tips #111 – SEO Keyword Tags

Look closely at the <head> section of your Web page.  The subject, author, copyright, and publisher tags are NOT meant  to be used as places to stuff keywords. This is called spam.
Never put keywords into these tags in an attempt to influence ranking. You are better to get rid of the tags altogether.

They’re not needed on your pages, (even if you’re using them correctly.)

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SEO Tips #53 – Webpage Header Tags for SEO

Did you know that every page of your Web site stands on its own?

Every page should have a unique title, description, and keyword tag. The description tag should describe ONLY that page.

The keyword tag should include keywords for just that page.

Include 5-6 keywords, including the main keyword phrase and synonyms of that keyword phrase.

Don’t make the mistake of including every keyword that could possibly describe what your site is about in your keyword tag. Make your keyword meta tag specific for each page.

The keyword tag holds very little importance anyway, but be sure to make it page specific. FOCUS!

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SEO Tip #27 – SEO Title tag to attract visitors

Another tip on freshening up some of your Title Tags. Think about
this one. Is there a place you could lift a testimonial to the Title?

These usually are focused on improved results.

-Download your programs 84% FASTER with Download Magic
-Improve your memory by 200% with flash cards

You may generate more response because you put a benefit right
up into the search results. Once again, this is more about gaining
clicks than SEO alone.

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