How To Add Meta Tags To Different Post

Most of the webmasters aware of META tags. But still majority of new bloggers not aware of META tags. So I decided to describe the importance of META tags and then I decided show you how to add different META tag to each post separately in blogger blogs. It is easy and simple. META tags are kind of HTML elements which will describe your content inside your post. It provides information about your posts/articles. Even though some major search engines are now not giving their priority to those META tags, most of other search engines are still categorize their data according to META tags. 

Simply most of the search engines use META tags of your site to categorize your site in their search engine indexes. A META tag can be broadly categorized in to basic and advanced META tags. But the demarcations between these two categories are not well established. Basically a basic META tags consist of a METE description and a key words. But you can add several other elements such as Author name, Geography, publisher and etc. On my blog I use different META tags for each post and help me to index my blog in major search engines. In other word META tags can be used for search engine optimization (SEO)


In this post I am going to show you how to add a basic META tags for different posts. So this META tag consists of Meta description and the keywords related to that post. After adding this you will have
different descriptions for each page. 


 

Let’s See How To Add These Tags:

 



1.     First visit your Dashboard >> Design >> EDIT HTML

2.    Then find the following HTML tag

<b:include data=’blog’
name=’all-head-content’/>


3.  Then copy the following code and paste it just below the above
code (As I shown it in following screenshot).

<b:if cond=’data:blog.url ==
http://techblaster.co.cc/“‘>
<meta content=’
DESCRIPTION‘ name=’description’/>
<meta content=’
KEYWORDS‘ name=’keywords’/> </b:if>



This is how you see after adding your META tag

image of meta tag
                                                    
4.   Then change above red coloured text with your own url for that
particular post, your description for that post and your keywords for that post.
5.     If you want to add META tag for your next post again copy the
abovr META Tag and paste it below the previous META tag
6.     Then SAVE
your template. That’s all.
If you want to check your META tag go to a META tag analyser and check that particular URL. Then it shows you the META tag you have added few minutes back.

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