American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An HTML tag that contains descriptive information about a webpage and does not appear when the webpage is displayed in a browser.
- n. alternative spelling of meta tag.
“Do implement a title metatag though, because it is user visible, and one of the most important things you can do on your page to improve its ranking.”
“When it comes to the keyword metatag every word used must show up in the text on the page or your site will be penalized.”
““Girls and Corpses is kind of like Maxim Magazine meets Dawn of the Dead,” you’re told in metatag shorthand if you Google the phrase — and nothing could better summarize this freaky, funky, tongue-in-cheek fusion of lad mags with softcore zombie porn.”
“Good luck trying to get your metatag, which is the same as the canonical rel tag except across domains, implemented.”
“The metatag is a way to group these small ideas into larger, roughly connected ones, much like any of the social networking systems utilize tagging.”
“The documentation of the talking points is the metatag which is coded in Microsoft Word software.”
“Do not use any of UNESCO or World Heritage names, emblems, designs, abstracts or service marks or any other words or codes identifying UNESCO / WHC's web sites in any "metatag" or other information used by search engines or other information location tools to identify and select sites, without UNESCO / WHC's express written permission for a particular use.”
“What I'm looking for are any tips or suggestions regarding "metatag" creation and suggestions about the pay per click route - I really do not know much about SEO so any guidance in the next hr would be appreciated.”
“Each page of your site needs a unique "metatag" to tell the search engines about that page.”
“Print software was faster and more intuitive, and the work was more creative than web-style plain titles, metatag lists and easy-scan copy structure.”
Looking for tweets for metatag.