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Manipulating Meta Tags?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Bobster0007, Jun 15, 2011.

  1. Bobster0007

    Bobster0007 Registered Member

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    Hey,
    Im no designer obviously. I can use wordpress only. Question is this...
    When working on a "regular website", Or i guess i mean a non wordpress site, Is there something like the "All in one SEO Pack" for wordpress to use on the non wordpress site? I mean I need to use more customer oriented words instead of SEO friendly keywords for the "title tag" and "h1" tag for actual "on page" words. Maybe some HTML coding ?
     
  2. Aremys

    Aremys Regular Member

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    Put this inside your <head></head> tag.

    Code:
    <meta name="description" content="[your description]">
    <meta name="keywords" content="[your keywords]">
     
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  3. madara1234

    madara1234 Newbie

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    I think what he means is if there is any tool that he can add to a website that will emulate All in One SEO's behavior and that his clients can use to input their titles, etc...

    I've never heard of such a tool and really don't think such a thing is possible given how the code behind non-CMS websites can be very different, especially for dynamic websites. You'd probably have to create something that fits in with your websites.
     
  4. Bobster0007

    Bobster0007 Registered Member

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    You are correct my friend. Thats exactly what im asking.