Meta Tag Generator

Features

Always Updated

There are a lot of other free meta tag generator tools, but can they be always updated? The answer is a big NO. But we are always updating our meta tag generator for SEO accordingly to search engines like Google, Bing, etc. because the search engines always change their algorithm.

100% FREE

Meta Tag Generator tool (we) are absolutely free to use. Generate Unlimited times meta tags literally unlimited times.

SEO

Every web owners add Meta tags to their website because it’s very important in SEO. So, we ease this process and give you the best possible meta tag for SEO by following the guide by search engines like Google, Bing, etc. Our focus is to build a Meta tag generator for SEO better and better.

FAQs

Most frequent questions and answers

What are Meta Tags?

Meta tags are text that provides a summary for your website or web page. Meta-data shows up whenever someone shares a link on social media, in messaging, or somewhere else.

Also, meta-tags are contained information about your website to help search engines like Google, Bing, etc to scan or understand your site to figure out what it’s all about and whether it’s legit!

Why does Meta Tag Matter?

How valuable sharing on social media and ranking in Google is for your site determines how significantly you should focus on your meta-tag. Imagine walking into an abandoned store with dust and a musty smell in the air. A link to your site on Facebook or LinkedIn is often the very first interaction you have with a visitor and if it looks empty and unmaintained like a barren store, they’ll never even consider clicking the link. In most digital marketing, teams often create compelling copy and striking images, which conveniently lends or sells itself perfectly to being a part of the metadata of your web page. Double the value, half the work!

Does Meta Tag Help in SEO?

The SEO community is definitive on this topic, the most important meta tag for ranking is your title tag. No other meta-tag affects SEO rankings but…that’s not to say they’re unimportant!
    • Title – Very Important.
    • Description – Less Important.
    • Image – Moderately Important.
    • Keyword – Negative Importance.
Also, others – According to SEO experts and search engines since early search engine robots used that value to categorize websites. But in 2009 Google made it official, the keyword meta tag is no longer a part of the ranking. Today SEO strategies focus on ranking highly in Google with high-quality and some other important factors of ranking, content and are supplemented with meta tag tweaks. Once you start ranking it’s important that people actually click on your site otherwise you lose your ranking, which is where other parts of meta tag data play an important role especially the meta description and meta image.

How to create Meta Tags for SEO?

This was the primary reason for this tool, is that it’s very difficult to focus on the main factors that matter for meta-tag. So this can help you to create the best meta tags for you and save your time to do more SEO tasks.

How to create Meta Tags for Blogger?

Follow the given tutorial to get the Meta tag generator tool for bloggers.
  1. Go to Meta Tag Generator
  2. Enter your website info.
  3. Click on the “Generate Meta Tag’s” button.
  4. Copy the generated meta tags generated by Meta Tag Generator.
  5. Open blogger theme HTML Code editor.
  6. Find the head section of your blog.
  7. Need to place your meta tags in the head section of your blog template. The easiest way to do this is to locate the closing tag.
  8. You can use your browser’s “find” tool to do this by pressing “CTRL-F” or choosing “Edit” and then “Find” from the browser toolbar menu. Enter “(without quotes)
  9. Press “Enter” to find it in the HTML code. Place your cursor before the closing head tag.
  10. Paste the meta tags by pressing “CTRL-V” or choosing “Edit” and then “Paste” from your browser menu.
  11. Click the “Save Template” button under the HTML text field for your blog. Your blog template will be updated to include the meta tags.

How to create Meta Tags for WordPress?

Follow the given tutorial to get the Meta tag generator tool for WordPress.
  1. Go to Meta Tag Generator
  2. Enter your website info.
  3. Click on the “Generate Meta Tag’s” button.
  4. Copy the generated meta tags generated by Meta Tag Generator.
  5. Open WordPress theme Code editor.
  6. Select the header.php file on the right-side.
  7. Need to place your meta tags in the head section of your blog template. The easiest way to do this is to locate the closing tag.
  8. You can use your browser’s “find” tool to do this by pressing “CTRL-F”. Enter “(without quotes)
  9. Press “Enter” to find it in the HTML code. Place your cursor before the closing head tag.
  10. Paste the meta tags by pressing “CTRL-V”.
  11. Click the “Save” button given below.

How to create Meta Tags for Wix?

Follow the given tutorial to get a meta tag generator for Wix.
  1. Go to Meta Tag Generator
  2. Enter your website info.
  3. Click on the “Generate Meta Tag’s” button.
  4. Copy the generated meta tags generated by Meta Tag Generator.
  5. Go to your page’s SEO Settings:
  6. Click the Advanced SEO tab.
  7. Click + Add New Tag under Custom Meta Tags.

How to add this ‘Meta tag generator’ to your website?

Follow the given tutorial to add this ‘Meta tag generator’ to your website.
  1. Go to Meta Tag Generator embed page.
  2. Change settings as you want.
  3. Copy the code.
  4. Paste this code into your website, where you want this meta tag generator.
  5. If, you want this meta tag generator to your WordPress or any other platform read the guide given below on the embed page.

TIPs

Tips to find the best KGR keyword

Title Tips

Read and follow the guide given below.

  • Very Important: Your title is the link that will appear in search results. Since it is what peoples click on in the search results and is the first thing people see about your site search engines place significant weight on it.
  • Usually, the best if left shorts (5 to 9 words, with most important parts in the first ~ 65 characters)
  • Each page should have its own unique title.
  • Try to add CALL-TO-ACTION in the title this will increase your CTR
  • Generic words such as “website home” or “welcome to” usually should not appear in your web title.
  • Don’t forget to use relevant keyword modifiers in your page title to help draws in more relevant traffic.
  • Search engines such as Google, Bing, etc may display the first ~ 65 to 70 characters from your page title in their search results.
  • Ensure your page title differentiates your site from competing sites.

Description Tips

Read and follow the guide given below.

  • Very Important: Many search engines use the meta description tag in their search results including Google. Good meta description tags can help improve your CTR and ranking performance.
  • Your meta description should read well as many human eyes will see it in many search results.
  • Make sure it will be simple and sweet for people
  • Should be a sentence to a couple of sentences long.
  • Each page should have its own unique meta description.
  • Should reinforce the keywords in the page title, targeting alternate versions.
  • Your meta description should also help differentiate your site from competing ranked sites.

URL Tips

Read and follow the guide given below.

  • Very Important: Your URL should contain a keyword that you want your page to rank for
  • Keep your URL short
  • Ignore Dates and other special characters or something else
  • Does not use directory URL structures like https://rohitnishad613.github.io/category/title
  • Use a subdirectory instead of a subdomain
  • Ignore word likes “How to” and “what is” (to keep your URL short)

Other Meta Tags

Because you are using this tool you don’t need to be wary about it, even don’t think about it, this tool handles every other meta tag perfectly.

You just need to focus on the Title, Description, and URL

But…but. By any chance, you don’t use this tool then follow the given tips.

  • The meta robots tag, which is used to tell search engines to NOT INDEX a page or to NOT FOLLOW LINKS, but if you want the page to get indexed and followed you would not use the meta robots exclusion tag, as indexing and following are default states.
  • The rel=canonical tag, which is used to identify the original source document in cases where multiple versions of a document exist.
  • Any specific tags to verify the website as being verified as owned by an entity, for access to webmaster tool offerings.
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