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Figure 6-2:
Yippee! The
Web site is
indexed.
Keying in your keywords
You should add keyword metatags and a page description for each page
on your site. Keyword metatags are words and combinations of words that
search engines use to index your Web site and help people get better search
results. Placing clear keyword metatags and a description on each page can
help you increase your position with the search engines.
Concocting your list of keyword metatags and writing a page description is
the hard part; adding them to your Web site is easy if you follow these steps:
1. Click WebSite from your Office Live Home page.
The Page Manager opens.
2. Click the Properties link for the page that you’d like to edit.
The Choose Page Properties page opens for the page you selected. You
can have different keyword metatags and page descriptions for each of
the pages of your site. In fact, having a different focus for each page
might make your site even more appealing to the search engines.
3. Click the Search Engine Optimization tab.
Figure 6-3 shows the Search Engine Optimization tab. You might want to
read the helpful hints that appear along the right side of the window.
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