Add Google tags to different posts

Sep 28, 2011 at 9:59 AM

Hi,

is there any possibility to add different search tags for google to each posts?

Even if I searched after the exactly name of the post I didn't find it on google.

If thats not possible, it would be nice if you can implementate that.

Why should I use an blog which nobody can't find :D.

 

Greets

Dev86

Sep 28, 2011 at 10:49 AM
Edited Oct 24, 2011 at 6:30 PM

You mean add new

Meta Tags  to the actual Post [page]

Like:

<META NAME="Subject" CONTENT="Web Page Subject">

You can do it with hard coding the post.aspx.cs  file.

But really as is BlogEngine adds almost all of the Meta tags you need.

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Just make sure to do the following below:

 

Make sure to add your site URL to your

robots.txt

file.

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User-agent: *
Disallow: /Account/*.*
Disallow: /search.aspx
Disallow: /error404.aspx
Disallow: /archive.aspx

#Remove the '#' character below and replace example.com with your own website address.
#sitemap: http://example.com/sitemap.axd
# WebMatrix 1.0

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Also submit your site map to google.

Example of my Site Map:

http://www.kbdavis07.bloggersonline.com/sitemap.axd

 

Just put "sitemap.axd"  after your root directory  www.rootsite.com/sitemap.axd

or your SubBlog   Like this:

http://themes.kbdavis07.info/Imprezz/sitemap.axd

 

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Just doing those steps with in about 3 or so days you will see your site listed on Google as long its not

marked as "Spam" through.

 

Whats your URL?

 

I can do a quick SEO search for you to see whats going on?

 

Take about 20 or so mins and I will beable to suggest you on what you need to do next.

 

Here some Links for you

http://www.mbaldinger.com/post/SEO-for-Blogengine.aspx

Google Official SEO Guide           (Give it about 1 min to load its a pdf)

http://www.thesitewizard.com/archive/google.shtml

http://www.webmarketingnow.com/tips/meta-tags-uncovered.html#google

http://www.webmarketingnow.com/tips/meta-tags-google-meta-tags.html

 

Following all of these steps will get your site listed in Google.

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