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Robin Hood

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I'm kinda new to website development. :)

I've designed my charity website through microsoft office online, but haven't done the keywords and meta tags yet.

How do I make it so that I can attract the most people using these words?

I will appreciate all advice and help as I have never done this for a website before. :)
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Any Internet-page can include next meta-data.

Title – data of page caption (description or its part which is given by search system as a lnk on a site). The main aim is to provide user general meaning of information written on a page.

Description is page description. This data are not visible by user and it is indicated at time of site description sometimes. According to html tutorials, if the tag «Description» is relevant to the enquiry, description includes key phrase or its part. Site description displayed by search system in time of output is called snippet. This convenient tool for the manipulation by the method of tries and sekections of the site description in the search system on the definite request, or on the group of them.

Keywords – key enquiries. Enough old Meta-tag including list of key phrases. It is not taken into consideration by search systems in time of site ranking. To fill it or not you should desire yourself.
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I think you need to browse https://adwords.goog...ordToolExternal .


check your kike the keywords.and then choose suitable for your site keywords.

Edited by sanoaton, 07 July 2010 - 02:16 AM.

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Keywords are pretty much irrelevant to modern search engines such as Google, Yahoo or Bing!.

I would focus more on adding an accurate description.
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