Web Source Web Design Tips - Using META Tags for Search Engine Indexing

Written by Shelley Lowery

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When selecting your keywords, it is best to list them within a phrase. Try to concentrate on only a few keyword phrases throughout your text.


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Try to select keyword phrases that your potential visitor may type in while at a Search Engine.

The keywords above will cover a wide variety of queries:


Written by Dane Scott

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