Information placed in the HTML header of a Web page, providing
information that is not visible to browsers. The most common meta tags relevant
to search engines are keyword and description tags.
Do You Still Need Meta Tags?
By Paul J. Bruemmer
Years ago, meta tags were the magic bullet for achieving high
search engine rankings with organic search engine optimization. Today, most meta
tags are not as powerful as they once were -- except for the Title and
You should be comfortable logging into your Tupperware Account by now.
Simply go to Tupperware.com and log in with your username and password.
You should have a page that looks like something below.
Hover over "Web Tools: to display a drop-down menu and select the "My Site" option as displayed below.
In the top right of your main display should be a box labeled "Manage My Site". Within that box select "Edit My Keywords (Meta Tags)" as shown below.
Type in your keywords in the available box. Good ideas include zip codes, your name, county, major cities near you among others.
Press "I'm Done" when complete.
You're done editing keywords. Click Publish site to save changes and now have your meta tags available to search engines.
Even though your meta tags are now changed, it may take up to 90 days for search engines to find and store your new information.
It's not a bad idea to submit your website to search engines every 45 days for faster response.
For more information, check out "META TAGS and their uses:"
Our services include adding basic META tags to your site along with the weekly content.