Thursday, May 27, 2010

Re-arranging HTML Meta Tags

We have already discussed that SEO would be optimal if it can provide a good correlation between the titles, keywords and description. I will give examples of the composition of the HTML meta tag which is readable by search engines. Now let us consider the following HTML meta:

<head>

<meta expr:content="data:blog.pageTitle + "shops selling clothes"'name='description'/>
<meta expr:content="data:blog.pageTitle + " shops selling clothes, new clothes, cheap clothes"'name='keywords'/>


<title><data:blog.pageName/>onlymin3.com | Number One in Google <data:blog.title/></title>

......<!-- title text snippets -->
<head>

Rearranging the meta as above we can make the phrase more easily dress shop in reading search engine, but this will make us poor blog will be the key word, because we only amplify one main phrase of keywords that we want.


We can maximize the keywords so that more filtering out other phrases,
eg;

<head>

<meta expr:content="data:blog.pageTitle + "shops selling clothes, cheap clothes, discount clothes, bargain clothing, cheap clothes discount"'name='description'/>
<meta expr:content="data:blog.pageTitle + " shops selling clothes, new clothes, cheap, discounts, shirts, pants, shirts, discount clothing, clothing bargains"'name='keywords'/>

<title><data:blog.pageName/>onlymin3.com | clothing stores | clothes sale <data:blog.title/></title>

<!-- title text snippets -->
<head>

By adding additional keywords, we can get more phrases.

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