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Answered Tags in title & Description

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tropicthunder

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I'm a bit confused where is this exactly, because there are "tags in title", "tags in description", but also "tags in title & description". So, which one is "tags in title & description" supposed to be ? Thanks.

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Sometimes I put it in the first tag or description. But sometimes I just randomly choose the tag/keyword that is suitable for the title. Which one is better ?
Best practices would be to include your keyword in your title, first 200 characters of your description and as a tag. The rule has always been as the first tag, but it feels like the order of tags isn't as important now days.

Still, I always make it my first tag because there is no reason not to.
 
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Is your target keyword (the main keyword you started with) in the title and in the first 200 characters of your description? Is it your first tag?
 

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The target keyword needs to be in the first 60 characters of the title and be the first tag. It helps if you mention in the description too.
 
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Is your target keyword (the main keyword you started with) in the title and in the first 200 characters of your description? Is it your first tag?
Sometimes I put it in the first tag or description. But sometimes I just randomly choose the tag/keyword that is suitable for the title. Which one is better ?
 

SILTHW

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Sometimes I put it in the first tag or description. But sometimes I just randomly choose the tag/keyword that is suitable for the title. Which one is better ?
Best practices would be to include your keyword in your title, first 200 characters of your description and as a tag. The rule has always been as the first tag, but it feels like the order of tags isn't as important now days.

Still, I always make it my first tag because there is no reason not to.
 
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Best practices would be to include your keyword in your title, first 200 characters of your description and as a tag. The rule has always been as the first tag, but it feels like the order of tags isn't as important now days.

Still, I always make it my first tag because there is no reason not to.
Your reply makes me remember back when I was tinkering with html, if I'm not wrong, the google crawler always read from left to right and from top to bottom first. I just realize that omg, might as well re-arrange my metadata. Thank you.
 

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Your reply makes me remember back when I was tinkering with html, if I'm not wrong, the google crawler always read from left to right and from top to bottom first. I just realize that omg, might as well re-arrange my metadata. Thank you.
Great! Going to lock the thread and mark your question answered!
 

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Best practices would be to include your keyword in your title, first 200 characters of your description and as a tag. The rule has always been as the first tag, but it feels like the order of tags isn't as important now days.

Still, I always make it my first tag because there is no reason not to.

Tag order USE To matter, but YT has made this less relevant!
 
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