They say Frontpage Doesn’t kill church websites – people do. I think today’s web site may be an example to the contrary.
As you know, stinko title tags equate to stinko search engine optimization and visibility. Case in point: The “SuperKidz” at the web page of the Victory Christian Faith Center.
Not that everyone walking up to Google immediately thinks “SuperKidz” when they’re searching for a local church web site that describes programs for their children (hint, hint, ditch the clever church-speak) – but even if someone somehow was able to manage to get this page on it’s search engine listing, what they’d see as the title would be:
<html xmlns:v=”urn:schemas-microsoft-com:vml” xmlns:o=”urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office” xmlns=”http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40″>
A title that appeals probably only to those parents trying to raise a little geek to “home school” while said parent “works from home” (hint, hint)!
Either way, a title tag that states “Children’s program at Victory Christian Faith Center” would probably be a bit more descriptive for those wandering in the search engine wildernes for a church home for both themselves and the kiddies!
Not depending on Web 1.0 technologies such as FrontPage to manage your title tags may be the first step in such healings!