Headers, eye-catchers and structure reinforcers   The headers on your webpage make up the titles and subtitles above text paragraphs. They are located between header tags (<h1>…</h1>, <h2>…</h2>, …, <h6>…</h6>) and form a hierarchy: the header between <h1> tags is the most important. Preferably there is only one <h1> header per web page. Sub-headers – for underlying paragraphs

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Meta description

The meta description: short content and eye-catcher in one   The meta description is embedded in the first part of the html-code of your webpage (<meta name=”description” content=”This is the meta description in a few sentences” />). It is in fact a short description of the content of the webpage in question, but you can also get creative with

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What content-related elements does Google consider to be important?

For every search, the Google algorithm checks which webpages are most relevant for the keywords entered. This includes examining to which extent keywords occur in important content elements of every webpage. That is why these content elements – actually the html tags or their components – should get extra attention.   Free for subscribers: Keyboost! Boost your webpage to the

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