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Free Meta Tag Generator

Meta tags are HTML tag content that provide metadata about your website such as description. Meta tags are used by search engines to help index and to provide relevant content in their search results

Use this handy online wizard and “copy & paste” the meta tags into the HTML of the source of your index page. After adding the meta tags to your page, check if the meta tags are correct by using the Website Analyzer.
No need to create metatags with the metatags generator if you use a CMS system. The CMS will create the metatags for you.

Meta Tags is a tool to debug and generate meta tag code for any website. With Meta Tags you can edit and experiment with your content then preview how your webpage will look on Google, Facebook, Twitter and more!



What are Meta Tags

Meta tags are specific snippets of text and image content that provide a summary for a webpage. Often meta tag data shows up whenever someone shares a link on social media, in messaging, or in your business chat software 🙌.

In addition meta tags can contain information to help search engines and other technical services scan your site to figure out what it’s all about and whether or not it’s legit!

Wait, but why can’t I see meta data? Since the protocol was originally created for machines to examine, it is buried in code at the top of a website, which is exactly why this tool was created! Put any URL in the search box and our site helps you both visualize and edit the meta tag code so you can update it.

Why Do Meta Tags Matter

How valuable sharing on social media and ranking in Google are for your site determines how significantly you should focus on your meta tags.

Imagine walking into an abandoned store with shelves full of dust and a musty smell in the air 😕. A link to your site on Facebook or LinkedIn is often the very first interaction you have with a visitor and if it looks empty and unmaintained like a barren store, they’ll never even consider clicking the link.

As part of most digital marketing campaigns, teams often create compelling copy and striking images, which conveniently lends itself perfectly to being a part of the meta data of your webpage. Double the value, half the work!

Moreover generating meta data can be an important exercise in developing your concise sales pitch. Google only gives you 60 characters for your title and about 105 characters for your description—the perfect opportunity to tightly refine your value proposition.

Do Meta Tags Help with SEO

The SEO community is definitive on this topic, the most important meta tag for ranking is your title tag. No other meta tags affect SEO rankings but...that's not to say they're unimportant!

Title - Very Important.
Description - Less Important.
Image - Moderately Important.
Keyword - Negative Importance.
Historically the "keyword" meta tag was a significant part of ranking, since early search engine robots used that value to categorize websites. But in 2009 Google made it official, the keyword meta tag is no longer a part of ranking and would potentially hurt your ranking if it is abused 😱.

Instead modern SEO strategies focus on ranking highly in Google with high quality content and are supplemented with meta tag tweaks.

Once you start ranking it's important that people actually click on your site which is where other parts of meta tag data plays an important role especially the meta image and meta description (read more below).