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META Tag

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fuBar.    0

Quick question, do I apply one META Tag code in the index, or do I META Tag all of the pages? Thanks.

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keitheronie    0

It depends upon what you are trying to do. If each page has specific content that you think a user might want to find through Google or Yahoo or any other search engine, then yes, META tag those pages. But essentially, if you just want users to get to your website, then just META tag your homepage.

That's just my opinion, though.

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ninjagowoowoo    0

I agree 100% with technoblinc.

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Viserov    0

Along the lines of META tags and search engines, I think the "keywords" META tag is ignored by most search engines. "Description," on the other hand, is still used by a few engines. I could be wrong, though. I was just reading up on SEO techniques and most articles on the subject say this.

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jimbo12141    0

It depends upon what you are trying to do. If each page has specific content that you think a user might want to find through Google or Yahoo or any other search engine, then yes, META tag those pages. But essentially, if you just want users to get to your website, then just META tag your homepage.

That's just my opinion, though.

agreed, dont submit your website too many times to google, you'll end up banning your site (just a small tip there :p)

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