Meta Tag Generator

Site Title
Site Description
Site Keywords (Separate with commas)
Allow robots to index your website?
Allow robots to follow all links?
What type of content will your site display?
What is your site primary language?

(Optional Meta Tags)

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About Meta Tag Generator

Meta tags are tags that identify the type of content on a website. They are important because they help search engines know what to index on your website. A meta tag can be a short phrase or a longer description of the content on your website.

There are a few things to keep in mind when creating your meta tags. First, make sure to use keywords that are relevant to your website. Second, make sure your meta tags are specific to the type of content on your website. For example, if you have a blog, you might want to include a meta tag for blog content. Third, make sure your meta tags are descriptive enough that people can understand what they mean.

Finally, don't forget to include a meta tag for your website's title. This is how people will find your website when they are looking for information about a specific topic.

Prohibited Content

We use Strict Filtering on bad content, so you are not allowed to use the tool for generating any of the following categories of content:

  • Hate: content that expresses, incites, or promotes hate based on identity.
  • Harassment: content that intends to harass, threaten, or bully an individual.
  • Violence: content that promotes or glorifies violence or celebrates the suffering or humiliation of others.
  • Self-harm: content that promotes, encourages, or depicts acts of self-harm, such as suicide, cutting, and eating disorders.
  • Adult: content meant to arouse sexual excitement, such as describing a sexual activity or promoting sexual services (excluding sex education and wellness).
  • Political: content attempting to influence the political process or be used for campaigning purposes.
  • Spam: Unsolicited bulk content.
  • Deception: false or misleading content, such as attempting to defraud individuals or spread disinformation.
  • Malware: content that attempts to generate ransomware, keyloggers, viruses, or other software intended to impose some level of harm.

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