Re: Is my meta OK?|
From Inachu at Help Desk Club
on 29 August '00
replying to Is my meta OK? posted by Martyn
Some say to try to put a <h1> tag in between the <head></head> area.
But this may or may not work for you. The tags look ok.
Just remember to put the most relevant keywords first and the least important last.
>I have used the following Meta tagging, provided by TJ (Thanks), to help my web site be located by search engines.
><title>The National Wallace Monument</title>
><meta name="description" content="One of Scotland's finest tourist attractions built in honour of Sir William Wallace and other Scottish patriots">
><meta name="keywords" content="William Wallace, Robert Bruce, Stirling, Bannockburn, Battle of Stirling Bridge, 1314, 1297, Abbey Craig, Hall of Heroes, Battle of Falkirk, Andrew de Moray, Longshanks, Braveheart, Mel Gibson, Tourism, Historic Scotland">
><meta name="robots" content="All">
><meta name="revisit-after" content="25 days">
><meta name="classification" content="Tourism">
><meta name="language" content="en-us">
>Is this all i have to do before i upload my site so it can be located? How also could i test it so that i know it has worked? Do i just type in the keywords into the search engine and look through the list of hits returned by the SE?
>The address for my web site is www.geocities.com/martyn_bissett if anybody would like to check it out.