Meta Tags Generator

Meta Tags Generator

Generate the required and most useful meta tags for your pages

This builder allows you to easily add meta tags in your web pages.

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Page title *

Up to 60 characters (e.g. Primary title, brand name)

Page description *

Up to 160 characters (e.g. consistent with the content, call-to-action)


Up to 15 keywords comma separated


The owner of the content


The author of the web page


The webmaster mail


Charset type of content


The most representative url from a set of duplicate pages


Set instruction for search engine crawler

Max snippet preview

The maximum of [number] characters as a textual snippet for this search result

Max image preview

The maximum size of an image preview for this page in a search results

Max video preview

The maximum of [number] seconds as a video snippet for this search results

Date unvailable

Do not show this page in search results after the specified date/time

What are Meta Tags?

How Google meta tags impact SEO?

Meta tags are snippets of text that describe a page’s content; the meta tags don't appear on the page itself, but only in the page's source code. Meta tags are essentially little content descriptors that help tell search engines what a web page is about.

The only difference between tags you can see and tags you can't see is location: meta tags only exist in HTML, usually at the "head" of the page, and so are only visible to search engines.

The "meta" stands for "metadata", which is the kind of data these tags provide - data about the data on your page.

There are two important type of meta that developers can use:

  • Title
    The title tag is the title text that is shown in search engine listings. I know that this is not necessarily a meta tag, but it similarly functions like one.
  • Description
    The meta description tag is where you would want to put your site’s summary. This is where you put what your site is all about and what you are offering people. It should not be too long because the search engines only read up to a certain number of words.

Google webmasters

How much time should I spend on meta tags, and which ones matter?

Meta tags are a great way for webmasters to provide search engines with information about their sites.

Meta tags can be used to provide information to all sorts of clients, and each system processes only the meta tags they understand and ignores the rest. Meta tags are added to the <head> section of your HTML page.

Information and examples

Let's diving into each parameter

The following table gives you an explanation of each of the meta tags used in this tool.

Meta title


This tag is often used together with the "description". The contents of this tag are generally shown as the title in search results.

Meta description


This tag provides a short description of the page. This description is often used as a part of the snippet shown in the search results.


This tag provide a list of primary keywords of the page content. Google does not use the keywords meta tag in web ranking.

Author and Copyright

These meta offer the possibility tospecify who has created a web page and who owns the copyright of the content


These meta tags can control the behavior of search engine crawling and indexing.

  • Index,follow - (default value) let crawling index the page and follow the links;
  • noindex - prevents the page from being indexed;
  • nofollow - prevents the Googlebot from following links from this page;
  • nosnippet - don't show a text snippet or video preview from being shown in the search results;
  • noarchive - don't show a Cached link for a page in search results;
  • noimageindex - don't show the page as the referring page for an image in Google Image search results.

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