Automatically Handles all Your SEO:AutoCorner offers AutoText™ that builds your SEO for the vehicle pages for you. The AutoText™ only requires a few clicks of your mouse to select check boxes describing the vehicle to build a fully SEO optimized description paragraph about the vehicle. This helps to improve your Organic Search Engine Optimization. This tool was designed with auto dealer SEO best practices in mind. It is fully integrated with VinMaxx™ to incorporate vehicle specifics. It generates properly syntactically correct sentences to save the dealer time and make the system easier to use. It handles all you <META> and <TITLE> tags. We are always adding and changing the AutoText™ to give the dealer a larger selection and variety for their inventory description and to better help with SEO.
Just so you are familiar with <title> tags, please look at the top of your computer screen, see the words "Automated SEO Tools for Car Dealers, powered by AutoText™ & AutoCorner" that is the <title> tag for this page.
A <title> tag is just a piece of computer instructions in the web page's HTML source code that tells the browser what the name of the page is.
There are actually multiple purposes of a <title> tag, and, at the moment, we are only interested in how search engines use them. Most websites mistakenly put their company name as the first part of the <title> tag, but the problem with this strategy is your company name isn't what the customer is searching for. In the case of this website, most people that come here via a search result were probably looking for 'SEO optimization for their website', not necessarily how AutoCorner does it better. That is why our <title> tag is not 'AutoCorner: How we do SEO'. Making this a little more relevant to car dealers, take a look at the following google search engine results.
Notice how the company name is listed after the vehicle year make & model in the <title> tag. This is not by accident, it is by design. The reason for this is because customers are searching for "2008 Honda Element" or "2009 Chrysler Town & Country" not the name of your car dealership. But don't just take my word for it, here is Matt Cutts from Google: