Meta Tags

Last Update: September 26, 2015

Meta Tags

To improve your search engine rankings, include a myriad of keywords, including misspellings of keywords, in your meta tags. Search engines will find analyze these meta tags and you will increase your visibility. For example, say your site’s keyword is “cat food.” In addition to “cat food, you could use rabbit,” “kitten food,” and “cat chow.”

  1. Your site has to be entertaining if you want a successful website.These two things can help boost your overall site rankings to the top.

You should correctly anchor your text you use for internal website links. Using the words “click here” can be a wasted opportunity to integrate more keywords.Using keywords as anchor text will allow you to be noticed by those crawling spiders.

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Annick Premium
I agree with boomergp08, I would not do that. Google does not like keyword stuffing and mispells will give a bad reputation to your site.
Lanob212 Premium
Thanks for the Google update as we know Google is constantly changing their matrix and any update on what Google is up to is always helpful.
boomergp08 Premium
I would not recommend doing that seeing how Google and the other search engines do not pay attention to the Keywords Meta Tag because people keword stuff there, which is what ou are suggesting.

Watch the video by Matt Cutts formerly of Google on the page at the link below, as he explains why everyone should not pay attention to the Keyword Meta Tag and only pay attention to the Description Meta Tag.
jvranjes Premium
Hi, I assume you have tags in mind and not meta tags. I think the latter are not relevant for search engines any longer.

There was recently a blog by Marcus about tags, he suggested using them but perhaps not so many. This could look too spammy for Google In a tutorial Nathaniell suggested using tags, but also just a few