on page e-commerce website

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Hello to all,

I have an e-commerce website with 300 pages and I want to add meta tags to each page how can I do that because it is very difficult and time consuming task to add meta tags in each and every page is there any other technique to add meta tags? Let me know
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  • Profile picture of the author uditsh
    Which one is the development platform of your e-Commerce webstore?

    There is no automation tool that can add meta tags (Title and description) in webpages. First write quality title and description tags for all product pages/webpages in any doc file.
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  • Profile picture of the author nicholas28
    Yes i can understand your problem,but no other way for this.you can use seo yoast plugin for this.But its done by manually.Simple steps for this.

    First you can do priority pages title and description .then after low priority pages on regular basis.
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  • Profile picture of the author AndresNWD
    Actually you DON'T want to automate this. Duplicate meta tags are not good for SEO. You would be better off leaving Google to chose them than repeating the same all over your website.

    This is SEO, mate, hard work, deep research... Make sure both your title and your description have the right keywords! (the first one for rankings, the 2nd to improve CTR).
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  • Profile picture of the author ankushkohli
    There's no shortcut to add meta tags. You can't automate this however it can be semi-automatic through this way:

    You can do this by database. Ask your developer to add three new columns in database for title, description & keywords. You can put any common word & then call product/category name through variable. This way, you'll get all unique & page specific meta tags.
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  • Profile picture of the author rakeshseo1
    How many pages containing your site, while it is the best way to use manually ..
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  • Profile picture of the author jeffreysloe
    There may be one out there, but I have not found an app that will automate the process. I always add the meta tags as I'm building a page. If I'm building a WP site, I'll use the SEO by Yoast plugin. It may be time consuming, but well worth the effort to add them manually if that's you only option.
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