Join Search Engine Academy’s Nancy Wigal on Wednesday, May 30, 2012 and learn how doing some on-page SEO work–specifically meta data clean-up–may help your pages in search engine results. This is a part of search engine optimization that’s not always glamorous, buts support your other SEO efforts. Every little bit you do to optimize a website helps, so why not do a review and some house keeping on your meta data as well?
Why is meta data clean-up something you should consider doing, either as an SEO specialist or an SEO consultant?
Because maybe you inherited a site that was partially optimized a long time ago. Maybe the meta data was created before the current character count and limit.
You might be working on a legacy site that has a few thousand or more URLs, and the web owner would like more of the legacy pages to show up higher in SERPs and create that many more entry or landing pages for her target audience. Perhaps new content is being added by the business, but since they don’t know SEO, they haven’t populated the tags.
Whatever the reason, you’re possibly wondering how the heck to even tackle the job. Nancy has two very large client websites she’s currently cleaning up, so join her to discover how:
- To prioritize which URLs or web pages are the most likely candidates
- To develop a plan to tackle a large number of URLs in a fairly short period of time
- To track your progress and report to the client
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So sign up for the On-Page SEO: Meta Data Clean-Up on Wednesday, May 30, 2012 at 1:30 PM EDT.
See you then!
And…if you’re interested in learning more than just optimizing meta data, register for a Search Engine Academy SEO training and certification class at a location near you.
All the very best to you,