Meta Tags: Important Code Information
Meta Tags are bits of information that your webmaster will put into the code of your website to make your pages more accessible to the search engines. Create different meta tags for each page of your site. These are three of the most important ones:
1. Title Tag: This is the heading people will see in the search engines and will be the deciding factor in whether they want to visit your site. Make this tag as interesting as possible. Search engines see this as the "title" of your page. Keep it no more than 6-10 words long.
Example: <TITLE>John Smith Voice Talent<TITLE>
2. Meta Keywords: These are words relevant to the page at hand. Always put the keywords in order of importance from left to right. Use keywords unique to the present page at the beginning; and at the end, make them unique to your site.
Example: <META name=”keywords” content=”Voice Talent, Voice-over, Voice Acting, Vocal Delivery”>
3. Meta Description: A brief description of your page. Make it sound natural and try not to cram a bunch of your keywords into it. Try to make your description interesting and relevant with one or two keywords. The description should not be more than 200 characters long.
Example: <META name=”description” content=”John Smith Voice Talent will bring your scripts alive.”