Meta Tag Generator

Useful free Meta Tag Generator

META tags should be placed in the head of the html document, between the <HEAD> and </HEAD> tags and should be unique to each page on your web site.

Some “Search Engine Spiders” use the information contained within META Tags to index your Web page. In most cases a Spider will grab the first few words, sentences or paragraphs from your web page and use those words as the description for your web page. META Tags tell the Spider what information to use.

Well done META Tags can help to control how the the search engines display your web page in their search engines. With META Tags the robots display your web page description the way you want it displayed. By providing keywords that describe your page you can proactively drive traffic to your web site.

The main Meta Tags to include on each page of your site are:

Title: Short headline of what your page is about (7 words)
Description: A short, plain language description of the web page. Used by search engines to describe your page. Should include the main keyword or phrase once. Also should be written to entice a searcher to click through to your site. (160 characters)
Keywords: The keyword tag was discarded by Google a few years ago however it doesn’t hurt to include a couple of words here. Typically these are the words or phrases that people could use to find your website. Do not include the same keyword more than twice and never in the same sequence. (1 or 2 keywords)

Advanced META Tag Generator







Once you have added the above code, your web page HTML code should look like this:

<TITLE>Free Meta Tag Generator</TITLE>
<META NAME=”KEYWORDS” CONTENT=”free, meta tag, meta tags, generator”>
<META NAME=”DESCRIPTION” CONTENT=”Generate Your Free Meta Tags Here”>
<META NAME=”revisit-after” CONTENT=”14 days”>
<META NAME=”robots” CONTENT=”all”>
<META NAME=”Author” CONTENT=”Seo-Xpress”>
<META NAME=”Copyright” CONTENT=””>
<META NAME=”Generator” CONTENT=””>
<META NAME=”TITLE” CONTENT=”Free Meta Tag Generator”>
. . .
. . .

Simply delete any of the meta tags that you do not wish to use, after you have created the code and pasted it onto your web page or editor.