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Titles, headers and meta descriptions and on-page SEO

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    Titles, headers and meta descriptions are important aspects of on-page SEO. Every page on a site should have unique content in its <title> tag – in other words, don’t copy and paste the same title across your whole site. Each page’s title should include at least one keyword that’s relevant to the content on the page. Likewise, include keywords in the header tags on each page, especially the <h1> tag.

    Meta descriptions – the blurbs that appear under links in SERPs – are a little different. They don’t directly affect SEO, but they do impact how many people click on your site in SERPs. They’re basically free advertising space, so put some thought into them, and include your main keywords to catch searchers’ eyes.


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    Title Tag – this is the text you’ll see at the top of your browser. Search engines read this text as the “title” of your page.while the title tag doesn’t begin with “meta,” it is in the header and contains information that’s very important to SEO. You should always have a unique title tag on each page that describes the page.
    Meta Description Attribute – a short description of the page. The meta description tag is used for one major purpose: to explain the page to searchers as they browse through the SERPs. This tag does not influence ranking, but it’s very important regardless.

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