- the main intent of the user (the query you are targeting),
- the title of the page and
- the meta description
- What are meta descriptions?
- How long should your meta description be?
- What meta descriptions should we focus on?
- A quick introduction to single-document text summarization
- Extractive vs Abstractrive
- The carbon footprint of NLP and why I prefer extractive methods to create meta descriptions
- What is BERT?
- Long live AI, let’s scale the generation of meta descriptions with our adorable robot [CODE IS HERE]
- Final thoughts and future work
What are meta descriptions?As usual I tend to “ask” “experts” online a definition to get started, and with a simple query on Google, we can get this definition from our friends at WooRank: Meta descriptions are HTML tags that appear in the head section of a web page. The content within the tag provides a description of what the page and its content are about. In the context of SEO, meta descriptions should be around 160 characters long. Here’s an example of what a meta description usually looks like (from that same article):
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