Keywords for web search


A

ah

Please is there a function in FrontPage that allows me to
insert all the keywords needed for my website to be found
in web searches?
 
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Stefan B Rusynko

No

Search the Web for: Keyword Extractor

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| Please is there a function in FrontPage that allows me to
| insert all the keywords needed for my website to be found
| in web searches?
 
C

Clark

In the meta tags you can have a metatag for a description and one for
keywords. The are in between the Heading Tags in the html and should
look like:

<meta name="DESCRIPTION" content="succinct description of your site">
<meta name="KEYWORDS" content="keyword1, keyword2, keyword2, etc">

They should be at least on the default.htm page

But search robots look all over for stuff -- in the body text, in
between the Title Tags, wherever
 
A

ah

Thank you for your reply.

1. What is the use of the meta tag description,
except for me who knows it? Can other people access this?
2. If search robots look everywhere, are the
keywords useless then?
 
A

ah

Thank you for the tip. I downloaded it.
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No

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Tom Pepper Willett

www.searchenginewatch.com

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| Thank you for your reply.
|
| 1. What is the use of the meta tag description,
| except for me who knows it? Can other people access this?
| 2. If search robots look everywhere, are the
| keywords useless then?
|
| >-----Original Message-----
| >In the meta tags you can have a metatag for a
| description and one for
| >keywords. The are in between the Heading Tags in the
| html and should
| >look like:
| >
| ><meta name="DESCRIPTION" content="succinct description
| of your site">
| ><meta name="KEYWORDS" content="keyword1, keyword2,
| keyword2, etc">
| >
| >They should be at least on the default.htm page
| >
| >But search robots look all over for stuff -- in the
| body text, in
| >between the Title Tags, wherever
| >
| >
| >ah wrote:
| >
| >>Please is there a function in FrontPage that allows me
| to
| >>insert all the keywords needed for my website to be
| found
| >>in web searches?
| >>
| >>
| >
| >.
| >
 
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Tina Clarke

ah said:
Please is there a function in FrontPage that allows me to
insert all the keywords needed for my website to be found
in web searches?
Yes...

Right click a page and press Page Properties in the general tab you can edit
title keywords and description there.

Or This is the only 'free' FrontPage add on I know for this feature. There
three or four 'to buy' add ons some with trials or demos.

http://www2.essex.ac.uk/wag/software/metadata-editor/default.htm

This FP add on helps 'remind' you if you have forgotton to insert your tags
and is also free.

http://www.solution-shelf.com/FrontPage/ErrOmi/EO_FAQ.htm

hth Tina

http://accessfp.net/ - FrontPage Resource Centre
http://anybackpage.com/bytes/ - Ezine with Free E-books
http://artdoodle.com/ - Original Abstract Art
http://addonfp.com - FrontPage Add ons
http://frontpage-tips.com - FrontPage Tips - sign up for the launch now.
http://msmvps.com/frontpage/ - FrontPage Blog
 

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