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    Exclamation Dose this head will be good for seach engine?

    <HEAD>
    <TITLE>led panel led screen led display outdoor led displays Indoor led screens China LED panels Manufacturer LED world</TITLE>
    <META content=en name=LED panel,LED screen,LED display,LED displays,LED screens,LED world,rental LED display>
    <META content="Supply professional LED screen produce led panels led board outdoor display indoor smd displays electronic display systems and led serves in China for all of the led screen world market."
    name=description>
    <META content="LED panel,LED screen,LED display,outdoor full color outdoor LED display,indoor full color LED display,outdoor SMD LED screen,indoor rgb screen,smd LED panel" name=keywords>
    </head>


    I want to chang me web ,and wish somebody can give me good advise about this head of the index.htm.
    Also wish professional seo can give me advise or just a good samply !
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    It's spammy. Besides, META tags (including the description) are useless as far as SEO goes anyway.

    If you are going to continue using the description tag (and you should), write what you believe will be the most relevant descriptive summary possible for the page (which was the original intent of this tag in the first place). Bonus points if you can write in such a way to get people to click the link in the search results page and want to use your site.

    Oh, and the title element should be used to display the title of the Web page, not spam it full of keywords.

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    In a word no.

    Your title should be a short title that summarizes what the page is and not just be full of keywords.

    You description should describe what the page is about. This won't help your search engine optimization but may be used as a summary within Google that is displayed to users.

    Keywords aren't important to search engines but if you do include them then there's no need to repeat keywords.

    At the moment you're simply stuffing everything with keywords and expecting it to perform without considering the effects of this.

    I'd suggest something like the following (although you'll need to obviously do some research into what will perform best for your market).

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    <title>LED Display Panel Manufacturer : ChipShow</title>
    <meta name="keywords" content="led, display, panel, manufacturer, screen">
    <meta name="description" content="ChipShow are manufacturers of quality LED display panels and screens">
    Hope that helps.

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    Definately not a good header. 3 things to remember
    1. Everything you put in has to make sense. Otherwise even if you are top of google your click thru rates will suffer.
    2. title tag as simple and short with keywords in it.
    3. Decription is a good place to convince people to visit your site. i dont think it has any seo benefits.

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    Thanks for all of advise!
    I will accept it ,thanks again.
    But now i used web have more keywors ,
    but aliso have no too bad rank!
    What I afraid about is that ,after a reduse the keywords
    will the remain keyword will advance more?
    May can see my web now(more than 15 keywords)
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    Ignore the meta tags especially the keyword tag. They do not affect your rankings at all. Focus on your content instead.

    (Do write a good meta description tag as it may be used in your page's serp listing).

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    I came across this earlier today:

    Written by John Mueller, Webmaster Trends Analyst, Z&#252;rich

    In writing and maintaining accurate meta tags (e.g., descriptive titles and robots information), you help Google to more accurately crawl, index and return your site in search results. Meta tags provide information to all sorts of clients, such as browsers and search engines. Just keep in mind that each client will likely only interpret the meta tags that it uses, and ignore the rest (although they might be useful for other reasons).

    Here's how Google would interpret meta tags of this sample HTML page:

    <!DOCTYPE …><head>
    <title>Traditional Swiss cheese fondue recipes<title> utilized by Google, accuracy is valuable to webmasters
    <meta name="description" content="Cheese fondue is …"> utilized by Google, can be shown in our search results
    <meta name="revisit-after" content="14 days"> not utilized by Google or other major search engines
    <META name="verify-v1" content="e8JG…Nw=" /> optional, for Google webmaster tools
    <meta name="GoogleBot" content="noOdp"> optional
    <meta …>
    <meta …>
    </head>

    (Note where it says "valuable to webmasters", this is Google's unofficial way of telling us to use them)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJMcClure View Post
    (Note where it says "valuable to webmasters", this is Google's unofficial way of telling us to use them)
    The only place that it says "valuable to webmasters" is in the <title> tag

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    Yep, also don't forget to add most effective keywords in your title tag.
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    Quote Originally Posted by csswiz View Post
    The only place that it says "valuable to webmasters" is in the <title> tag

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    The truly is that after I reduce lots of keyword my rank of main keywords down ,may just litter ,but ..........
    Really hard too believe.
    Just wait some time to see.
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