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7 essential Title tag strategies that improve your search engine ranking

April 1, 2006 by  

Title tag is one of the most important elements of high ranking web pages. Your attention to your webpages title tag, or rather the lack of it, could be the reason why your site is ignored by the search engines.

The latest MarketPosition newsletter has published 7 useful strategies which you can incorporate when creating the title tags for your pages to ensure they score well in the year 2006.

The strategies listed include:

  1. Length of Your Title
  2. Word Proximity
  3. Keyword Location
  4. Word Order
  5. Repetitions
  6. Titles for Human Consumption
  7. What Words to Use

The article is rather long but worth taking the time to read it.

I’ve been a subscriber to MarketPosition since 1998, even bought WebPosition Gold then.

Each newsletter is jam packed with top notch and useful search engines news, tips and advice. I suggest you consider subscribing to this newsletter if you are interested in search engines optimization techniques. Don’t worry it’s free to subscribe.

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2008-07-09 16:55:07

using header strategies is a good way to rank better. a mostly can stay long time at a top ranking… a lot of strategies to do it for a long term…

 
Comment by Vicky
2008-09-09 13:33:28

I’m interested in webposition , thnx for the info

 
Comment by Rachel Subscribed to comments via email
2009-11-04 15:59:22

Thank you! this is very interesting especially for someone like me who’s starting on my blog.

 
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