Title Tags

  • Complete guide to meta tags in SEO

    … A complete introduction to all the meta tags a webmaster may need when creating or optimising a webpage for SEO. Everything will be covered here, including: Title Tag, Meta Description, Alt-Text for images, Canonical Tag, Noindex, Nofollow, H1 – H6 tags, Robots Meta Tag and the various tags involved in Google News. But first, let’s answer…

    Christopher Ratcliff/ Search Engine Watchin SEO- 27 readers -
  • Guide to Google ranking signals – Part 1: on-page factors

    … tags should also contain relevant keywords too. Although you shouldn’t repeat yourself, there should still be words and phrases you wish to rank for. Meta Descriptions 10) A meta description is the short paragraph of text placed in the HTML of a webpage that describes its content. Google has stated that meta descriptions are NOT a ranking signal…

    Christopher Ratcliff/ Search Engine Watch- 29 readers -
  • Five simple SEO practices to remember when setting up a new blog

    … and blog visitors what the URL is about. Instead use statics URLs like the ones used on https://searchenginewatch.com/static/guides. Title tag and meta description Each page on your blog needs to have a title tag, which outlines what the page is about. Having your keywords in your title tag can help your web page rank higher in SERPs. Title tags can…

    Search Engine Watchin SEO- 40 readers -
  • Nine quick fixes to improve your stagnant SEO

    … by highlighting their low price. There are loads of different ways you can amend your title tag to improve your click through rate. You may wish to call out your low price or the speed at which you deliver – it might even be your brand values (like locally sourced produce or independent ownership). Get creative and set yourself apart from your competitors…

    Search Engine Watch- 38 readers -
  • SEO 101: eight simple ways to optimise your blog posts for search

    … understand how SEO works, which may eventually help you improve your content to make it more appealing, both for your audience, but also for search engines. 2. Headline and title tags A post’s headline is the user’s first impression on your content and this will affect whether the exposure will lead to an actual click, or not. The title tag should…

    Search Engine Watchin SEO Content- 37 readers -
  • 30 quick and easy SEO tips for small businesses

    … to you and learn from it You can view the links you receive through tools like Majestic and others. Are you attracting links from relevant sites? If so, which kinds of content / pages are attracting these links? 27. Write a unique title for every page On Google, you have around 55 characters to make the topic of a page clear to searchers…

    Graham Charlton/ Search Engine Watchin Paid Search SEO- 31 readers -
  • How to Optimize Local Business for Search

    … to go to your actual location if applicable. 4) Include Location In Title Tags and Meta Descriptions for Relevant Pages If you are a brick and mortar business with multiple local locations or a service provider that has a number of different offices, it can be beneficial to include local keywords in pages that are talking about specific locations…

    Austin Paley/ ROI Factor Blogin How To's- 11 readers -
  • Top Tips for Creating Meta Data

    … people that you do or that you provide. This used to get spammed an awful lot in days gone by. So if you were selling cars, you might just put cars, cars, cars, cars, cars. Stuff like that doesn’t work anymore. You need to think quite carefully about your Meta data and what you’re going to present to people. The essential parts are the Title tag…

    Laura Phillips/ Koozai.com- 10 readers -
  • Top Tips for Creating Meta Data

    … their way through your site trying to work out what it’s all about, and therefore which results to show and where to place your site in the SERPs. Meta data is there to help them understand what your page is all about and the queries for which you are most relevant. Which Meta Tags Are Essential? Title Tag The title tag is not strictly a tag…

    Laura Phillips/ Koozai.com- 22 readers -
  • Advanced SEO Experiments: Google’s Title Tag Changes

    … into play. However, it's worthwhile to understand the "why" behind each "what," and be able to recognize when the usual advice may not be enough. It's one of the things that makes SEO interesting. Here's one example: the lowly title element. (I'm joking when I write lowly.) Title tags remain one of the most influential ranking signals we can control…

    Tom Schmitz/ Search Engine Landin SEO- 23 readers -
  • A Simple Overview of Meta Tags

    … about that below). And only one if you don't count the title tag, which technically isn't a "meta" tag. But for our purposes, we'll call all three meta tags relevant to SEO since that is what most magic-beaners think about when it comes to their understanding of SEO. Let's start with the Title tag. It looks like this: Title Tag Text The purpose…

    Search Engine Guidein SEO- 4 readers -