How to write an effective Title & meta Description

How to write an effective Title & meta Description

Writing an effective Title tag and Meta description (“SEO title” & “SEO description”) enable search engines such as Google, Bing, Yandex, Baidu, Yahoo, Ask, DuckDuckGo to crawl, index, and better understand the content of your page.

This information, and or parts of it is also displayed to the user in the search results Search Engine Results Page (“SERP”).

Whilst there are additional on-page seo factors/elements that effect your SERP ranking, such as Image Alt-text, Internal Linking, Page URLs and Headers (H1/2/3), the page title and meta description are considered the two most important and influential meta tags on your page.

The Title & Meta descriptions aims to provide a clear unique description of the webpage content, and should ideally:

– Correspond to the search intent of the user
– Include the most relevant keyword search term(s) to the page content and objective.
– Be as specific and as targeted as possible (Long tail) to the users search intent
– Comply with the search engines guidlines (length and number of charachters)

The generated sentence (Title & Description) should have a logical structure and ideally include the following elements:

1) A relevant prefix for the specific page: ideally to highlight the benefits, and/or the main objective of the page: Possible sentence prefixes may include: “How to… Top 10 laptops …. Effective… Accredited… , Healthy… , Competitive… , etc…
2) The prefix should then be followed by the main and most relevant Keywords search terms for the specific web page content. Example for Keyword search terms may be: “Apple MacBook Air Laptop”, “Acer Swift 3 Laptop”, “Samsung Galaxy Book Pro” …
3) Followed by a description of the recipient/customer and/or target audience of the page. Possible sentence prefixes may include: for “Graphic designers”, “Gamers” etc…
4) Followed by a description of the geographical location of the proposed Product/Solution/Service/Information etc… Example for geographical location may be: in “USA”, “Central London”, “London” … etc.
5) Followed, when relevant by a description/name of the provider Product/Solution/Service/Information. Example may be: by “the Guardian News”, “our specialists” “nationwide support” … etc.

The above elements can be used to auto generate highly relevant sentences using AI based SEO, such as:

Auto generated Meta Description Example:

Top 10; MacBook Air Laptop, Acer Swift 3 Laptop, Samsung Galaxy Book Pro for graphic designers, in Central London with nationwide support”… – [120 Characters].

Auto generated Title Example:

“Top 10; MacBook Air Laptop, for graphic designers, in London” – [60 Characters].

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