Key words and description meta tags


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Thank you very much :)

[email protected] Ayers said:
I wouldn't say that they make the site more visible to search engines. But
search engines do give consideration to the words in the <title> tag when
they determine what kind of relevant content is on your site.

So, if you have the words "barbecue sauce" in the <title> tag, search
engines will be more likely to rank the page well in searches for "barbecue
sauce". It's a good tactic to use, as long as the words in the title bar do
accurately reflect the page content.

Hope that helps.


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Dan said:
Do I understand correctly that the words that get placed in the title bar
of
the browser make your site more visible to search engines?
Thanks,
Dan
 
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