Meta Descriptions and Title Tags, The “How-To” You’ve Been Looking For.


One thing that we always need you to keep in mind, fam, is that all this SEO ish ties together.

 Nothing you put on the internet should be accidental. It all should link back to and with your business. This includes your Title Tags (aka page titles) and your Meta Descriptions.


Title tags and meta descriptions are the headlines and summaries that tend to appear on a Search Engine Results Page (SERP).

Title Tags and Meta Descriptions are the info that informs Google and your potential users what your webpage is talkin’ ‘bout.

The title tag is a lil’ piece of code that reveals and shows the web page’s title. The meta description, done correctly, should be a lil’ synopsis of the content on the page. It’ll show up under the title tag. Boffoffum show up within the HTML code—in the header section—on your website.

Also, the title of your internet tab–and the page titles that go with that—will reveal your title tags. Betcha didn’t know that, huh?

Most of the Content Management Systems, like WordPress anem, have forms that auto-set your <title> tags around your page titles when you’re makin’ your pages for your site. OK. One more time for the record, fam.

Title Tags Can Appear on:

  • Browser Tabs
  • The Search Engine Result Page
  • On external websites that link to your content

Before we cut out, one more tip on the best practices for creating title tags—remember that Google is limited. It can only display between sixty (60) to seventy (70) characters of a page title in the search results. Ergo, therefore, keep your characters for your title pages at sixty (60). Don’t do more than that!

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