How to check the meta tag of each page

Ever wanted to list the contents of meta tags on each page?

Here, we introduce a tool that can easily check the meta tag of each page.

1. What is a meta tag?

A meta tag is a tag that conveys web page information to search engines and browsers. A tag that defines various additional information of the page, described in <head> to </ head> of the html page.

It specifies the character code, invalidates the cache of the page, and declares the use of Javascript. Title tags, keyword tags, description tags, etc., which are said to be related to SEO, are also one of the meta tags. description is what is displayed as a description below the title when searching.

How to check meta tags one page at a time (for chrome)

1. Open the page where you want to check the meta tag in the browser and right-click
2. Click [View page source]

Checking meta tags in Google Chrome

You can check the page source in another tab. You should see "meta name =" description "" and "meta name =" keywords "" at the top. These are meta tags.

Displaying the source one page at a time in this way is a bit cumbersome.

Reference: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/79812?hl=en

2. How to check the meta tag of each page in Anatomy

The access analysis tool "Anatomy" that "visualizes" Google Analytics allows you to easily check the title tag, keyword tag, and description tag of each page.

1. Click the [SEO] tab
2. Click [View SEO Info]
SEO information confirmation screen of access analysis tool "Anatomy"
3. Hover over the tile of the page you want to see
4. You can check the meta tag of each page (h1 tag etc.)
Meta tag confirmation screen of access analysis tool "Anatomy"

With Anatomy, just hover over the tiles as described above, and in addition to meta tag information, you can check access indicators and screen captures at a glance. And you can easily see if the content of the content matches the content of the meta tag.

In addition, since the search keyword of each page is also displayed next to it, you can check whether the keyword tag and the search keyword are similar and it is perfect for SEO measures. In addition, if the content of the keyword tag is red as in the capture, it indicates that it is not included in the search keyword . And if it is included in the search keyword , it will be blue.

Conclusion

In Anatomy, you can instantly check the contents of meta tags on each page. Inappropriate title tags can increase the bounce rate of users, so please use anatomy to maintain meta tags on each page.

If you have any concerns about Google Analytics settings, such as when the measurement of a page you are worried about is not working properly, you can also use Anatomy to diagnose the status of your Google Analytics settings.

Access analysis tool "Anatomy" | Visualize Google Analytics

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