31 thoughts on “How to Optimize Meta Titles and Descriptions
  1. Thanks for offering additional insights to clear up just how metadata works with search engine spiders. Based on this blog post, I cannot stress enough that Web writing is unlike any other form. It’s an art and a science, but it’s also constantly changing.

  2. Sure thing Cory, Thanks for commenting…

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  7. ade says:

    Hi Jeffrey, thanks for including the examples. Most articles I’ve read on the topic hardly include such detailed examples on how to implement them on the reader’s website. Thanks again.

  8. My pleasure, thanks for stopping by…

  9. Nice Article buddy,

    Can you let me know what is the %of my keyword which i target on home page any site.

    Any way have a good day.

  10. Nice Article…
    I think this would be a good resource for online retailers who are serious about SEO.

  11. Thanks,
    Very very helpful article, according to SEO Point of View

  12. Nice,

    I really appreciate this article and will learn a lot

  13. Hi,

    This is a good article on SEO. I think he essence is that if one focuses more on Optimizing a site for a Customer then naturally the Search spiders will respect your website. Keep posting more. Looking forward to read more of your article.


  14. Thanks for the article. I wish I had this information when I created my first website a few years ago (long since dead, and now I know why). I need to go back and incorporate your tips if I hope for any success.

  15. I have read lots of articles regarding SEO. There are times that I find them redundant because there are many of them found over the internet. I still keep on reading because I know I would always find something new like here in your blog.

  16. JS Tucker says:

    I think that Meta Description is highly underused when considering it for SEO purposes. More often than not, a good Meta Description is the difference between low and high CTR’s. There’s no point in having a high ranking website if the description tag has been poorly written as people will simply not click through to your site and, if they do, the chances of them purchasing from you are reduced significantly. With a good description tag, the visitor should already be aware of what services you provide and should have virtually made their mind up whether or not to do business with you. You website should then seal the deal with them.

  17. Kyle says:

    Please do more because I really enjoyed reading your article on How to Optimize Meta Titles and Descriptions!

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