After reading many posts on Metatags, I'm still not sure on exactly how they should be listed. Now let's say my business name is Acme Fruits and I'm selling just three fruits to keep things simple. They are ripe tomatoes, green bananas, and onions. My site will have a home page and three sub pages for each of my three fruits. So can somebody please suggest firstly suitable names for the following:
1. In page properties a suitable name for my home page? Also, does this name come into play with the search engines? Would "Acme Fruits" be very suitable? This is not the URL name, just the page name.
2. For the sub pages, would "Ripe Tomatoes" be suitable for that fruit?
Going by the way my own site sub pages are named it would read,"Acme Fruits Ripe Tomatoes". Is that a bad choice? Again do search engines consider that page name? If so, I think "Ripe Tomatoes" would be far more suitable.
3. On the actual sub page, what is a suitable heading up the top of the page. Is "Acme Fruits" at the top of the page as the main heading a bad choice and "Ripe Tomatoes" a far better title?
4. With the Metatags on the home page, what is the correct way to list
the three items being sold from this Acme Fruits site? Are capitals in the words ok? Here is three ways of listing the items:
Ripe Tomatoes, Green Bananas, Onions (Lots of gaps - a problem?)
Ripe_Tomatoes, Green_Bananas, Onions (Some gaps)
Ripe_Tomatoes,Green_Bananas,Onions (No gaps - best, or doesn't it matter) Currently on my site I'm using the top method.
Sorry about all the questions on this subject but I have to get this sorted out so I can fix up my own site. Then I might have to try and set up this H1, H2 and so on. That will be fun!