What is meta data

Meta data is website content that isn’t displayed on a webpage; data that is hidden away behind the scenes.

It includes things like:

It’s stuff that’s not helpful to your people who are looking at your webpage, but very useful when your website is ‘scanned’ by search engines, social networks and other non-human visitors.

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