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Keywords in meta tags
| 4:17 am on Aug 23, 2006 (gmt 0)|
I've scoured the posts but could not find the answer.
I'm wondering about the proper construction of keywords in title and description meta tags.
Should the keyword(s) that pertains to one page be mentioned in the meta tags of other pages?
For example: Asume we're selling radios, tv's and cds.
Should the title/desc meta tags for the radios page just contain radio related keywords and not have any tv or cd keywords in it?
Will doing this cause pages to compete with each other in the SERPs?
| 4:25 am on Aug 23, 2006 (gmt 0)|
|Should the title/desc meta tags for the radios page just contain radio related keywords and not have any tv or cd keywords in it? |
Meta tags for each page should contain info specifically related to that page to be most effective.
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