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    :roll: Is this right way to use keywords on meta title and description


    Hi all,

    I am trying to write new meta title and description for my pages and i have been reading google basic seo guide and seomoz guides but still i can't find clear information for using the keywords on meta title and description. Where i confused is how many times should i use my keywords on title and description? For example say my keywords are
    laptop hard drive
    sata hard drive
    3.5" hard drive
    replacement hard drive

    and can i write this type meta title and description?
    Meta title: Laptop hard drives and 3.5" PC Hard Drive | (company name)

    Meta Description: If you are in need of replacing your 2.5" sata hard drive for your laptop or 3.5" Hard Drive for computer we have wide
    range of hard drives in stock.

    will gogle see this as spam? Any suggestions?

    thanks
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    It looks good to me. Short, to the point and not spammed.

    You could even put Laptop Hard Drives - 3.5" (or inch depending on volume) Hard Drives and Disks (again, depending on keywords).

    You're on the right track, IMHO.
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    Thanks for your advice Joshz. I am glad I started picking bits on SEO
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    Meta title???

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    • joshz agrees : After hearing clients mix up terms I admit, I totally didn't even get a chance to joke at this! Good catch
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    Originally Posted by dzine
    Meta title???
    Page title

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    • dzine agrees : Ok good call :) Tx
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    For marketing purposes only I might move the 'in stock' part of the meta-description forward and remove/reword the 'if you are in need of' part.
    If the customer searches an appropriate keyword they are more likely to be past the 'if you need' and right onto the 'where can I get'

    Something more like "Large in stock selection of 2.5" sata hard drives for your laptop and 3.5" Hard Drives for computer." If you ship same day get that in there too.

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