HTML Meta Tag Generator Tool - & Free Analyzer
Meta Tag suggestions & Tips
DON'T get your site banned by not knowing the proper techniques! This meta tag generator tool & analyzer was
designed to help web developers build search-engine friendly tags and avoid any
Instructions: You may start by pulling your existing meta-tags for analysis (analysis is below). To do this you type in your URL below and click on the "Get" button.
Then start making adjustments to the form below with your meta-tags and title tag. When completed, click on the "Generate Meta Tags" button for analysis.
Meta Tag suggestions & Tips:
Keyword HTML meta tags should contain less than 30 keyword phrases each
separated by commas (NO HTML or special characters inside any Meta tags). Often
about 15 is just the right amount.
Keyword HTML meta tags should be less than 1024 characters, including spaces and
commas. This is a general standards specification.
HTML meta tags should combine important online action words with your
product/service keywords such as, "buy", "find" and/or "purchase"
HTML meta tags should contain words and phrases that are also found in the
Title tag, the H1 tag, and is in the page Body content. Higher frequency of the
keywords in all these other locations in addition to the meta tags increases
the change of it comming up on searches.
No word is repeated too often in each HTML meta tag. This is not case
sensitive. (cats is the same as CATS but is different from cat)
Make sure that the Keywords you are using are likely to generate some traffic
Google keyword suggestion tool)
SPAMMING the search engines occures when a keyword is over-used in critical
areas - particularly those areas that the general user doesn't see! Too many
repeats of key-words in the meta tags is considered spam. Making
keyword text the same color as the background is also considered spam! Many
search engines can spot this! Using html or html special character
codes in the meta tags is considered spam.
If you use a keyword too many times in your meta tags, some search engines will
drop your listing and some will lower your ratings. (Some, like GOOGLE, do
ignore keywords, but using keywords effectively can help your ratings on
several search engines.)
In addition to well-crafted meta-tags that fit the content, the content should
ideally be over 1000 words long and have the most critical keywords used
throughout the text 3 - 6 times. They should be in the title, in first few
lines, in sections that are bold, in H1 (header) tags, and possibly near the
bottom. An especially important place is also in the link text. This is the
text that the user sees when he finds an HTML link.