How many type of meta tag ?

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How many type of meta tag ?
« Reply #10 on: 07-11-2016, 02:27:54 »
1. Title Tag: <title>The title of the Page</title> (Unique title for your page)
Limit: Google typically displays the first 50-60 characters of a title tag, or as many characters as will fit into a 512-pixel display.

2. Description Tag: <meta name = "Description" Content="Description of the Page">
Limit: Roughly 155 Characters

3. Keyword Tag: <meta name="Keyword" Content="Your Keywords">

According to Google they didn't look at meta keywords then you will be surprised that why I am mentioning it here. It is here because 'Yahoo' search still use these in their SERP. So don't miss it because still have 28% search share so why miss these 28%.

4. Robots Tag: <meta name="robots" Content="......, ......">
The valid values for Robots Meta Tags 'Content' attribute are: "INDEX", "NOINDEX", "FOLLOW", "NOFOLLOW".
Examples are:
META NAME=”ROBOTS” CONTENT=”NOINDEX, FOLLOW”
META NAME=”ROBOTS” CONTENT=”INDEX, NOFOLLOW”
META NAME=”ROBOTS” CONTENT=”NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW”
META NAME=”ROBOTS” CONTENT=”NOARCHIVE”
META NAME=”GOOGLEBOT” CONTENT=”NOSNIPPET”


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Re: How many type of meta tag ?
« Reply #11 on: 07-12-2016, 00:42:32 »
Meta tags are of 4 types,
->Meta keyword attribute
->Title tag
->Meta description attribute
->Meta robots attribute


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Re: How many type of meta tag ?
« Reply #12 on: 07-16-2016, 07:21:08 »
There is 14 type of meta tags are :
Content-Type Meta Tag
No-Cache Meta Tag
Audience Meta Tag
Author Meta Tag
Content-Language Meta Tag
Description Meta Tag
Generator Meta Tag
Keywords Meta Tag
Page-Topic Meta Tag
Page-Type Meta Tag
Prog Id Meta Tag
Publisher Meta Tag
Revisit-After Meta Tag
Robots Meta Tag

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Re: How many type of meta tag ?
« Reply #13 on: 07-17-2016, 22:58:10 »
1.Page Title –

Long regarded as the most important on-page factor, the title tag has recently taken a lot of scrutiny. A recent post has determined that page titles aren’t limited to 70 characters, but rather pixel-width. Also a little further back Cyrus Shepard tested titles longer than 70 characters to see what Google would do. In the wild I’ve seen extremely long titles are oftentimes chopped down or rewritten algorithmically to display the most relevant text to a query.
Unless you want to measure the pixel-width of your titles and hope that Google shows the right thing, your best bet is to make page titles as keyword-relevant as possible and up to 70 characters. I honestly can’t think of a case where I’ve left something up to Google and they did a better job than I thought I could.

Format: <title>Up to 70 Characters of Keyword-relevant text here</title>

2.Meta Description – If your webpage were a commercial, this would be its slogan. In our upcoming search behavior study in cooperation with SurveyMonkey we’ve found that 43.2% of people click on a given result due to the meta description. Gone are the days of meta descriptions that listed keywords and just said the “Official site of…” and the main purpose of this text is to draw the user in, let them know what to expect if they click and convince them to do so with a strong call to action. The kicker is you get 155 characters to make it happen; think of it as like writing a tweet, but with 15 extra characters.
Format:

<meta name=”description” content=”155 characters of message matching text with a call to action goes here”>

3.Authorship Markup – As I predicted at SearchLove NYC in November 2011, and has been verified by Eric Schmidt, Google is going to rank content that is connected to authors that they deem to be reliable sources over content that is not. A cool visible incentive is that you get name and your pretty picture in the SERPs if you’re an author.

Now let’s look at the metatags that make the magic happen!

Rel-Author– This is a meta tag that can be implemented that specifies who the author of a piece of content is and uses Google+ to identify them. Initially Google rolled this out as just a tag that you place in the <head> of the code, but ultimately they would realize it’s not realistic that authors will have that type of control over the page and expanded to a more modular form.Format:For the version that goes in the <head> tag, you use the following:
<link rel=”author” href=”https://plus.google.com/[YOUR PERSONAL G+ PROFILE HERE]”/>
For the more modular version you would emulate XFN’s rel-me and place the link directly on the page. I’ve got to admit this is a great link building strategy.

<a href=”[profile_url]?rel=author”>Google</a>

If you use this method you will have to take the second step in verification by linking to your content from your Google+ profile. For more information see Google’s explanation.

Rel-Me – Rel-me is just the XFNversion of rel-author. You simply place the meta tag on a link back to your Google+ profile.Format:
<a href=”https://plus.google.com/[YOUR PERSONAL G+ PROFILE NUMBER]” rel=”me”>Me on Google+</a>

Rel-Publisher –Rel-publisher is for business entities to claim ownership of their content. This can be used in context with rel-author or in place of it, but you should be pointing to a business profile on Google+ rather than an individuals.Format:<link rel=”publisher” href=”https://plus.google.com/[YOUR BUSINESS G+ PROFILE HERE]”/>
Don’t be late to the authorship markup party as it would not be surprising to see Google wipe out the visibility of content simply because there are no verifiable authors connected to it.


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