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  1. How To Use HTML Meta Tags

    A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, the “keywordsmeta tag was a critical element for early search engines. The Keywords Meta Tag The robots meta tag lets you specify that a particular page should not be indexed by a search engine or if you...

  2. AOL Serves Google Search Results. But Is Microsoft Doing Their SEO?

    Content or markup follows patterns that may be associated with deceptive practices e.g.the content of the keywords meta tag is very long or contains duplicate keywords Content is not where search engines expect to find it e.g.the page is missing...

  3. NHLPA Starts SEO From Scratch To Up Its Game on Google

    Page titles are often considered part of a website's set of 'meta tags', because both the title and meta tag specifically sit within the head tags of any HTML page. Strictly speaking, this is a misconception - page titles do not have to be written...

  4. SEO Site Structure 101, Part 2

    Whatever text you place in the title tag (between the and ) will appear in the top bar of someone's browser when they view the web page. The Web page title tag is one of the most important places to put your keyword phrases.

  5. SEO Site Structure 101, Part 1

    The meta keywords tag is sometimes useful as a way to reinforce the terms you think a page is important only for the search engines that support it. For the meta description tag, the text you want to be shown as your Web page description goes...

  6. Link Building, Circa 2008

    At one time, optimization meant dropping some keywords in your meta keywords tag, using your most important key phrases a dozen or so times on a page, and exchanging links with anyone who had a Web site.

  7. 25 Design Best Practices for Your Small Business Web Site

    Use header tags (H1-H6) on every page -- your tag should support the page title and be relevant to on page content that follows it. Write unique page titles and meta descriptions for each page. A simple few hyperlinked keywords (make them blue...

  8. Who Audits the Auditor?

    Web Site Structure: Does the Web site have a "search engine friendly" structure (navigation -- text/image-based/Flash; URL structure -- keyword usage/dynamic; header tag usage; textual content per page; sitemap; robots.txt)?