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    Still count for search engines title, description (meta) and keyword (meta) tags?


    Hi,

    just that.

    Javi
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    Basically, you need to know if metatitles, description and keywords count for search engines, right?
    If so:
    Yes metatitles do count
    Metadescription counts for CTR
    Metakeywords do not count.
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    To count search engine seo keyword tacties
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    I agree with @ misterdoyle, He is right , meta keywords no use , but if you want to use so its not harm.
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    Titles DO count, descriptions count. Keywords are not used by Google. Some search engines still use keywords, from what I've heard Google uses them as a spam signal in their algorithm.
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    The truth is no one knows what's used how much except google.
    I'd suggest to use them all but use them correctly.
    Don't spam the tiles.
    Make the description enticing.
    Don't stuff the keywords tag with every keyword under the sun.
    Make the heading tag's about the content on the page.
    Then have good relevant content.
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    no - the title is not the bets place to put keywords anymore, the URL is - and the page content

    the title and meta description is BEST used as a billboard to get people CLICKING on your site

    E.g.:

    Wow! Get the BEST Red Apples HERE for 2013 - On SALE now

    is a far better title for "red apples" than

    Red Apples | Red Apple | Buy Red Apple | Red Apple Review

    the first one will get clicks and traffic

    the second one will get you a penalty ;p

    if you want more seo tactics just contact me :-)

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