What are Meta tags? Meta tags are the two vital core terms of SEO which contains the keyword and the description. If you give useful and recognizable keywords paired with the most capsulated or summarized description of an article, page or blog then the users will think that your site or page has all the information. It may be risky to summarize the thoughts. But if you have encapsulate the thoughts in one sentence which has the clear and most precise keywords, then you cannot write a full article which has relatively small amount of these recognizable keywords. Meta tags work best when articles compose a one sentence summary of a topic. The less but more compact Meta tags are the most effective.
Recognizing Broken or Inexistent Data/Content
SEO writing may also be defined in its completeness. When a SEO is done in an article or blog, the writer should always recognize and fix any broken links or an inexistent data which is part of the page. If the broken links are not properly taken care of, there is a chance that links will not appear. Even if the links appear, yet they would be unavailable because of their inexistency. The users will not click your content until the filters do not recognize your content due to defects and incompleteness. It is therefore the SEO writer’s job to make sure that all the links, data content and images are working in the webpage or a website.
Develop a Site Map
Developing site maps or an organized outline which redirects users to any webpage and website is very important. This enables users to become familiar with the other pages. When users click your page more often, your page comes at the top of searched results and is unlikely to be filtered down. Ranking up is made easier if your website or page contains site maps that help users get accustomed to your page and website. Site maps also develop the user’s familiarity with your page or website. Furthermore, it brings your page on top rankings.