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Create UNIQUE title and meta descriptions for each page. <title>Unique Title Here</title> <meta name="description" content="Unique Meta Description">


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You can add nofollow, noindex and noarchive option to the category pages. For example, Add <meta name="robots" content="nofollow" /> to the meta tag of each of the category pages Add nofollow to category links <a href="category/things" rel="nofollow">Things</a> This will reduce the page rank of those pages. Read more about nofollow ...


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I'm gonna attempt to go simple as the OP requests. Each webpage with a title and meta description will contain source code with these lines in it near the beginning of the code: <title>insert title here</title> <meta name="description" content="insert description here"> ...Except that "insert title here" is meant to be the actual title ...


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The meta-description should be a natural language, brief summary of the page while the meta-keywords should be a concise list of highly relevant keywords in a comma delimited list that are related to concepts, terms or branding elements of the page. Be mindful of your use of trademarked terms in your keywords and branding. The keywords are NOT a repeat of ...


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The example: I need to rank for free x123456 templates and free y123456 themes, but I don't want to use two different long-tails, so can I use it like this free x123456 y123456 templates themes, having the same effect? Yes as long as it makes sense and that the resulting keyword set occupies 2% to 5% of the total text count. Anything more than 5% and it ...



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