How to tag your domain name with keywords... ?

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I was able to tag my domain name with keywords so that they show on the page's tab - it's just 3 words showing but I'm pretty sure I'm getting SEO juice from it.

I was able to do it through my registar (GoDaddy). Does anyone know how to do it besides going through the registar or is this the only way? Maybe a plug in will do it?

And these are keywords for the domain and not the website itself (hence you can run a different domain and mask the site's original one).
#domain #keywords #tag
  • Profile picture of the author richblogs
    Originally Posted by Christiani View Post

    I was able to tag my domain name with keywords so that they show on the page's tab - it's just 3 words showing but I'm pretty sure I'm getting SEO juice from it.

    I was able to do it through my registar (GoDaddy). Does anyone know how to do it besides going through the registar or is this the only way? Maybe a plug in will do it?

    And these are keywords for the domain and not the website itself (hence you can run a different domain and mask the site's original one).
    What do you mean by tab? Do you mean the words that are displayed in the browser title window when the browser is minimised?

    If you want to set this in a different way you're going to need to learn about HTML or how to use some sort of website editor, and the basics of what makes up a website. You're also going to need web hosting, and learn how to alter the namesevers of the domain to point at this.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mo Sheikh
    If you simply mean changing the text that appears in the browser tab when your webpage loads, you can also change it using html. Just look for the <title></title> tag in your html code and you can change it there.
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    • Profile picture of the author Chris Chicas
      Originally Posted by Mo Sheikh View Post

      If you simply mean changing the text that appears in the browser tab when your webpage loads, you can also change it using html. Just look for the <title></title> tag in your html code and you can change it there.

      Thanks, this is what I was trying to get at. Godaddy labeled it as "keywords" for the domain -

      Now I'm not sure if has any SEO benefits to doing so. Does anyone know?
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      • Profile picture of the author star1290
        keyword 1 | keyword 2|

        50 to 65 character is best for seo purpose
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