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Meta tags Issue.

  • sethhilton
    Member

    @sethhilton

    I wanted to add meta tags to my wordpress and i waited for 24hrs and it’s still not appearing on google.

    Can someone help me?

    Below is my code:

    [Code moderated as per the Forum Rules. Please use the pastebin]

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  • outthere
    Member

    @outthere

    Hi, I use, Greg’s High Performance SEO. It seems to work fine. Also go to
    https://www.google.com/accounts/ServiceLogin?service=sitemaps&passive=true&nui=1&continue=https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/&followup=https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/&hl=en.
    Or just go to googles webmaster tools and start an account. You will need to paste the code they give you into the header section of WordPress.
    Bing will also do the same.
    Although not everyone can be on page 1. So, think of all the keywords you can and also use them on the page so they are relevant.

    Do a search for ainacare on google (one of my sites) it means Land Care.
    Target your specific product and area of business. If you are selling online the same thing 100,000 other people are. then good luck.

    sethhilton
    Member

    @sethhilton

    Will this help me? in adding description to my google search?

    outthere
    Member

    @outthere

    Yeah, the description and the keyword tags will help. Also be relevant on the pages. You can also go to http://www.statcounter.com and paste their code in the footer. They will tell you the keywords people use to find your site and other info. As will the webmaster tools at google and bing.

    outthere
    Member

    @outthere

    I would also still use Gregs SEo

    <meta name=”language” content=”en-US” />
    <meta http-equiv=”Content-Type” content=”text/html; charset=utf-8″ />
    <meta name=”description” content=” blah blah blah blah. the site verifications below are for example only. Sign up for your own..”>
    <meta name=”keywords” content=” coma separate, your, keywords, “>
    <meta name=”google-site-verification” content=”XLT2J8TaMOHIqa7L5NHHchKWklUtr93JvaPGbHglTBA” />
    <meta name=”msvalidate.01″ content=”5C05A610F1E2C09AA0D9F8078DC3DDBC” />

    sethhilton
    Member

    @sethhilton

    do i need to insert the code after this line?

    <meta charset=”<?php bloginfo( ‘charset’ ); ?>” />

    outthere
    Member

    @outthere

    Just has to be in the head.

    sethhilton
    Member

    @sethhilton

    THanks! one last question,

    <meta name=”google-site-verification” content=”XLT2J8TaMOHIqa7L5NHHchKWklUtr93JvaPGbHglTBA” />
    <meta name=”msvalidate.01″ content=”5C05A610F1E2C09AA0D9F8078DC3DDBC” />

    do i need to change anything here? cause it doesn’t make sense to me.

    outthere
    Member

    @outthere

    Those are my credentials from my google and bing webmaster tools. You need to sign up for your own. It’s free and you can submit your site anytime. such as when you change things/update. search engines will keep a cached pages and serve it up to you. Also use stat counter. It’s cool been using it for years.

    sethhilton
    Member

    @sethhilton

    i’m at the webmaster tool here for google and how can i get the codes for my site? so sorry that i’m such a noob.

    outthere
    Member

    @outthere

    Sign up for an account

    sethhilton
    Member

    @sethhilton

    I’ve already sign up and insert my website. but there isn’t anywhere that I can get the code.

    outthere
    Member

    @outthere

    It will ask you to validate that you are the owner and give you two options. an xml file or a meta tag. do it with the tag then copy paste into the header

    sethhilton
    Member

    @sethhilton

    YAY! done! so i have to wait for 24 hours for this? before it appears?

    outthere
    Member

    @outthere

    go and do the same on bing. Yahoo just seems to follow bing, so you’ll get all three of the main engines. Then go to http://www.statcounter.com and you find it to be a useful tools also. And as I said before I would still use Greg’s high performance seo. What the hell do it all.

    sethhilton
    Member

    @sethhilton

    Will do! doing it now.

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