SEO: Sometimes Less Works Better

Econsultancy, Wednesday, March 31, 2010 2:39 PM
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Nichola Stott explains ways to increase click-throughs in natural search results. For example, to optimize the meta-description, short and snappy sometimes works better than the full 152 characters. There's also no need to front-load keywords in your meta-description, though it is a good idea to ensure your lead keyword for the page is included. She explains that the objective is to make the description readable and impactful.
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