Using tags effectively

The tagsĀ area is one of the most neglected part of the WebRTC Index pages, which is quite a shame.

What are tags?

Tags are just a list of terms. This is a quick way to give a hint to the types of things people should becoming to you for when they search for things.

They are especially useful when the solution type or category just doesn’t give the resolution you need for your service, or when you’d like to provide a bit more information – but not in a way of a long form description.

The best thing about tags? They are part of the search function of the WebRTC Index, so whatever you place them gets into the search results.

Why do I need them?

Having tags on your page gives more information to the visitor. It will enable the person skimming through the page to discern faster if what you do is of value to him or not.

It also increases your visibility when people for search words that are found in your tags.

How should I use them?

Think about the terms you want people to find you with.

Do you offer a service that enables reaching people from a website using WebRTC? Why not add “click to call”, “web call” and “customer engagement”?

  • Have anywhere between 5 and 20 different tags for your page
  • Skip words like “WebRTC” as tags – they are useless
  • Try to use longer tags, with 3 to 4 words in them

Got good examples for me?

Sure. Here are a few vendors in the index who make good use of tags:

How do I add them in?

Until we get some self service in place, you get the premium service. Just email us at info@webrtcindex.com with the tags you wish to have for your page.