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    Title tag length should contain 65 characters, and meta description should contain 160 characters. You can use your primary keywords in Title, meta and H tag. Long tail keywords are more effetive.

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    Meta Tags are important. Provide good title and description with some of your keywords it may change your traffic to some more.

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    I've seen articles and comments like this all over... and it always amazes me that these numbers and how they fluctuate are out still out there....

    I for one use every meta-tag available as that is what they are there for... at SES... the search engineers that give presentations for Google, Yahoo, MSN and ASK... cover the use of meta tags in their basic discussion ( repeated every year I've been there because there is always a batch of newbies in the crowd )....

    Title = most important = 80 characters or less ( utilize at least the most important keyword for the page here )

    Description = 2nd most important ( just a suggestion to search engines ) but they do read it... and keywords used in the meta-description are counted ( keyword phrases should also be included if in context) = 200 characters or less

    Keywords = 3rd most important ( yes they still look at them ) = keywords should be from important to less important, page specific to site specific in that order ( keyword phrases should also be included if in context) = 200 characters or less

    Actual file names also give some weight if any keywords can actually be included in the file name without being generic.

    a common mis-conception is that the search engines don't look at keywords or descriptions anymore... in the OLD days... search engines would use the provided description... on their results.. but way to many people began abusing... so now they create a description based on content instead of your suggestion... but they still give keyword weight to what's in it...

    and with keyword loading...of course they put limitations... but they also only give weight to keywords that are relevant to the page, and then keywords that are relevant to the site...

    if you don't have at least 500 characters of content on the page... then none of this is relevant...

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    use 250 characters for description meta tag

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    So if your meta description is 250 characters... But you only have 100 characters in your page content ??? Does it help ?

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    The title tag is important and should contain your primary keyword and sometimes a secondary keyword.

    The description meta tag still often shows in the SERPS. Use your primary keyword and 1 or 2 secondary keywords.

    Matt Cutts says they don't use the keyword meta tag for rankings. He does not say they don't use it at all. First should be your primary keyword. I then use secondary keywords that should help the search engines determine what the page is about.

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    What do you mean at the top?

    All of your meta tags are already in the title tag or in the head section.

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    huh?

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    Some obscure post asking if pitting the meta tags at the top of the page was better.

    Post was probably deleted when the spammer was removed from the system.

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    meta tag play important role to promote a website it is a necessary part of search engine result
    they specifies the keyword which i want to target
    that it is important


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