So, what can you do? Remember, you only have a few seconds to grab a visitor's attention. And, of course, all that they can see is the title and the meta description. If you are not adding your own meta description, then Google will use whatever it thinks is suitable. Typically, this will be the first sentence or two from your post. Does that give the information that you want to show your audience? I am not going to reinvent the wheel and suggest you take a look at this quick guide from Jay.

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/magistudios/blog/seo-knowled...

Move on for a few more tips.



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CCelest Premium
Thanks for the straight forward training Diane.
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DianeScorpio Premium
Thanks for your comment Carol.
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Fleeky Premium Plus
Loved it Diane!
Clear and simple!

Thank you for posting!
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DianeScorpio Premium
Thank you Fleeky, much appreciated.
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richardgb Premium
Thank you Diane. Very useful post
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DianeScorpio Premium
Thank you Richard, I am pleased you found it helpful.
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RDacanay Premium
Thanks for sharing this very informative post, Diane.

I'll follow the tips I got here.

All the best,

Ruth
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DianeScorpio Premium
Thank you Ruth, I hope it helps.
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RDacanay Premium
It is definitely helpful, Diane. :)
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AndyN1 Premium
Hi Diane
Thanks for this. Very on point.
btw did you recently change your profile picture.
Best regards
Andy
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DianeScorpio Premium
Hi Andy - yes, the new profile picture is from my recent wedding!
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AndyN1 Premium
I thought so. Congratulations again!
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DianeScorpio Premium
Still happily married after 3 weeks lol
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