Google title, description & keyword tool

Unsure how many characters to use for a website title? How long your SEO description be? Or, looking for an easy way to format your keywords? Our Google SEO title, description and keyword tool has it all.

Instructions

Enter or paste your text in the boxes below to create your Google title and Google search description text at the optimum length, as well as create a formatted meta keyword list. Then download these elements as html formatted text ready to insert in your web page.


Useful SEO tips

Create a unique title and description for each page on your site. It should be concise, keeping under the 55 characters for titles and 115 characters for descriptions, and descriptive. Users should be able to scan Google’s search results - see your page and know exactly what it’s about before they visit your site. Think of the amount of time you’ve disregarded some search results simply because the title and/or description were vague.

You’re far more likely to get visitors that actually want to be on your site if you give them a brief description of what to expect before they arrive. If you’re still unsure what to write then do a few Google searches, in your selected website type, and see which catch your eye and then follow a similar style.


Google title length

Add a page title less than 55 characters. If the counter goes into plus figures then your title is too long and you need to reduce your text until you hit the magic zero or less. Note: Google no longer adheres to 55 characters as they now base it on available space.

Characters: -55

Google description length

Create a page description less than 115 characters, preferably split into two equal length sentences, although not vital. If the counter goes past zero then you've too many characters and Google will likely truncate your description, which won't look as neat in search results.

Characters: 115

Google keyword formatter

Choose 4-8 keywords and/or keyphrases that best suit your web page. To add a keyphrase i.e. character counter simply add a hyphen between the words so it becomes character-counter. This will then be correctly formatted on output. Note: Google places zero emphasis on keywords at this time, but it can't hurt to include them anyway.

Keywords: 0