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  • I am working on creating my wordpress account and prepping if for better SEO.

    My website has always been titled “The Pitt Stops” and the tagline was “There’s so much to discover”.

    I recently read somewhere that is it better for SEO if you have a keyword in the name, and if you use key words in the tagline.

    Is there a way to do this by putting in hidden keywords and stuff in the code, or should I just change my site title and tagline. I think I read something about YEOST being able to do this??

    All my social media is “The Pitt Stops” but I could change the website to “The Pitt Stops Travel Guide” and come up with a different tagline (even though i currently like mine!!!). Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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  • Angela

    (@angelajholden)

    Hi @wannabebre84,

    Good question. I think it’s understood that hiding keywords in the code is not a best practice. I recommend these two articles on Moz:

    https://moz.com/learn/seo/title-tag

    https://moz.com/learn/seo/meta-description

    Learn to write thoughtful title tags and descriptions that are related to your content. Content should be organic and natural.

    If you already have a strong brand, find a way to incorporate good SEO with what you already have. In short, having your keywords in your titles and descriptions is a good practice.

    Best,
    Angela

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