JoyHawkins

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Steve Chafe over at Online Impact Group showed me this free tool they created that checks to see if your meta descriptions start with a verb, which statistically helps CTR. If you throw in your website URL into this tool, it tells you which meta descriptions do not:

http://onlineimpactgroup.com/verb


I've been focusing a lot lately in helping clients get higher CTRs on their organic listings so I found this tool very useful.
 

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Very cool Joy! We like new tools!

Thanks for sharing!
 

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Nice find Joy. I ran it on a number of sites. Looks like we have lots of work to do. Have you been measuring your ctr rates and if so I'd love to hear your results down the road

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Cody,

Yeah I definitely want to report on results down the road for sure. I'll let you know.
 

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Thanks for this resource, Joy. "Sell the click through" is what I've been told for years. What's in it for you.
 

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