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Free Meta Tag Generator Tool

Meta tags are still important for websites no matter what others may tell you. Use this tool to quickly and easily generate effective meta tags for your pages.

Simply input the title and description and click on “Create META Tags”.

Don’t know where to put this code?

Copy the above code and paste to your page in between the HEAD tags:


…paste code here

UPDATE: The Meta Keywords tag is no longer relevant or used UNLESS you stuff it with keywords, in which case it can hurt your site. (see: http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2009/09/google-does-not-use-keywords-meta-tag.html) Best option, don’t use it. Second best option, leave it blank.

Questions about Meta tags? Leave me a comment below.

AUTHOR - Matt Greener

Matt Greener is a leading expert in online strategy for businesses and entrepreneurs. Helping propel clients to market dominance is his passion. For over a decade Matt has consulted for celebrities, CEO's and INC 500 companies, among many others. Matt takes full advantage of the fast-evolving internet, applying a potent mix of strategies with his clients. His expanding reach empowers a larger audience with powerful tools and specialized training which has placed him in high demand for business owners and individuals that desire to maximize their online potential. Matt also writes frequently for several internationally acclaimed websites including his own blog. Follow @RealMattGreener

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  • Paul Nulty

    Hi Matt, this is a great resource, ideal for people like myself who does not really understand code and a great time saver! Excellent… I just shared this out on facebook, twitter and linked in!

    • Matt Greener

      Thanks Paul!

  • Met Rivers

    Hi Matt, great webinar the other night with Joel Therien.
    Where in my WP website do I find the tags?

    I thought it would be in the All In One plugin, but not there.,

    Thanks,
    Met

    • Matt Greener

      Hi Met,

      Thanks!

      Once you have the All In One plugin installed and activated, you will find the All In One title, description and keyword areas below the content area when you create or edit a page or post.

  • Cheryl Ryning

    Thank’s Matt! I really struggle with these sometimes, I can’t wait to use this tool.

    It was such a joy to be in your webinar. Your coaching is so clear and easy to understand. Changed my thinking dramatically.

    Thank you for all that you have shared, please keep up the awesome work that you do.

    Warm Regard’s,
    Cheryl Ryning

  • Nancy Anderson

    Thanks, Matt, This tool will save me a lot of head ache. Anxious to start using it. So good of you to share.

  • Jim Wells

    Matt, How do I get my picture next to my comment?

    • Matt Greener

      Hi Jim,

      In order to have your picture (avatar) show up in comments, setup a free account at Gravatar. Just be sure to use the same email address when you comment and it works across the majority of blogs.

  • Jim Wells

    Thanks Matt

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