What Is A Title Tag?
Title tags are HTML elements that specify a web page’s main title. You may be familiar with these as the largest font of a result on the search engine results pages (SERPs) that can be clicked, taking you to the web page that they describe. Effective, properly written title tags are those that quickly and accurately describe a page’s content.
Title Tag Code Example
<head><title>Title Tag Example</title></head>
The absolute best format will always vary slightly depending on individual factors, like your product/service, location, industry, etc. For example, if you want to optimize your tags for nearby local searches within your city, it’s a good idea to include your city in the title tag of pages.
4 Easy Ways To Optimize Your Own Web Pages
There is a lot of information out there for up-and-coming website builders – but if you are new to it, the steps can get technical, confusing, or far beyond your ability. If you are looking for the basics of making web pages that perform well, here are four simple ways to optimize your site for increased results.
The key: be hyper-relevant to a specific topic (usually a product or single object)
Although the title of this blog is “4 Easy Ways To Optimize Your Own Web Pages”, they all really come down to just one key concept: being hyper-relevant to your topic in the proper areas of your page. I will try to keep this post from getting overly technical, and will do my best to not scare off any brave sole proprietors who are trying to save some money on marketing and do this on their own.
Finding The Best Keywords To Rank Highly On Google
In the early days of the internet, keywords were king when it came to ranking highly in search engines like Google. Although things have become much more complicated since then, finding and using keywords is still one of the most important things for you to master.
But how can a complete beginner do that without buying overpriced professional software??
In this blog, we'll quickly break down how, with just a laptop, you can quickly set yourself up to be able to do your own keyword research – anytime it’s needed, and with only two websites involved: Google AdWords and Google Trends.