Simple guide to SEO Automation meta tags

SEO Meta Tags

SEO Automation

Meta tags are special webpage data elements that are embedded within the webpage code to provide information to Search Engines about the subject, topic and content of a specific webpage.

When a search engine crawls the webpage it would use this meta tags to better understand the page and to rank it according to its content.

In a nutshell, they make it easier for search engines to understand the content, rank your page keywords and are therefore vital to your SEO and for increasing your search engine results page (SERP).

The main SEO meta tag elements are Page Titles, Meta Descriptions, Image ALT’s and Internal linking.

Meta tags are placed in the <head> section of your HTML page, and need to be coded or be added to your CMS (Content Management System). This can be easier or harder depending your CMS. For example WordPress has a dedicated section/fields for adding meta tags like title and meta descriptions. Here is an example of where a website owner would add the meta tags for a specific page . Automated seo websites

Meta Title, Description

Image Alts


* The meta tags are generally not visible to a website visitor. Search engine providers , such as Google expect the website owner, operator to manually enter the metatags in special designated fields in the CMS  according to the page content.

This process is traditionally done manually by skilled costly SEO specialist! each webpage content needs to be analysed manually, using multiple external analytic tools. The SEO specialist needs to manually write the metadata-tags sentences, and decide, which keywords search terms should be included in each page content and metadata. Automated seo websites

Using a system like NytroSEO  can replace most of the work of a human operator, doing it better and without the expensive and time-consuming manual work. NytroSEO automatically generates your metadata tags and adds them to your webpage code. All processing is done on powerful AWS cloud platform, with minimal performance impact”

The effect of optimized meta tags on your webpage ranking

As mentioned above, meta tags give more details about your website to search engines. It is therefore, important to ensure that they are SEO optimized to improve your positions in search results. Search engines increasingly give value to a good user experience, which means that they expect the search results to match with your webpage content and the users search intent.  Meta tags help achieve this by making sure that the information searchers request is included in the webpage content in a clear and useful way. 

There are numerous different types of meta tags which have different porous, and not all of them are relevant to SEO.

Metadata tag elements to auto SEO optimize are:  Page Titles, Meta Descriptions, Image ALT’s and Internal linking.

1. Title tag

The title tag can be seen by a user when hovering with the mouse pointer on the web page icon.Page Title

The title should show a short subject of the page content. This means that your title tag should be clear, descriptive and usually not more than 55-65 characters. The title should  include at least one Keywords that correlate to the page content and the search terms that you would like to SEO optimize for better SERP ranking.

This is an example of how a page title looks in the webpage code. It can be generated by the CMS (after a user added the text manually) or added manual to the webpage code by a programmer.

<title>Example Title</title>

2. Meta Description

The meta description is of similar  importance to the title tag. If the title tag is the title that appears at the top of a search result, the meta description is the snippet that is displays as a secondary description in the search results.

The meta description should provide an accurate description of the content of your page. It is usually the element that determines whether users will click, and should match the users search intent. It important to optimize it effectively.

The optimum length for meta descriptions is about  170 characters, however, Google recently displays search results with longer snippets so, it is possible to make them longer.

This is an example of how a meta description may look in the page code. It can be generated by the CMS (after a user added the text manually) or added to the page code by a programmer.

<meta name=”description” content=”Clear description of your page content.”>

3. Image ALT text

Image optimization is an important part of  SEO techniques. It adds your website images as search results which increases your overall website search positions. It provides a text alternative to images which will be displayed if the image doesn’t load, or will be read out by a screen reader; it also tells search engines what that image is meant to represent. It is very important to include optimized Keywords in the image alt text.

alt=”Image Alts” ….. text

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