By Ruby Brown
July 13, 2018
The Problem with the Tag
Maisie Williams’ potentially harmless tag here tells the reader that she in some way identifies as the last woman standing.” This could mean a lot of things: Is her character alive? Was she the last to wrap up filming? Is it some inside cast joke or phrase? We won’t know until the 2019 release of Season 8.
Tagless in the Seven Kingdoms
What’s the alternative? Go tag free! Picture this: “goodbye belfast. goodbye arya. goodbye game of thrones. what a joy I’ve had. here’s to the adventures to come.” That’s it. The difference? The message is clear, direct, and satisfying. I want to know more, but I don’t feel compelled to search competitive sites for that information. No disrespect to Williams, but this is a much better way to ensure visitor happiness.
Apply this then to traffic management across your digital channels. Rather than using tags that send your visitors on a chase for something more satisfying, give them exactly what they want. Keep your page load time fast, keep your data accurate, and keep your visitors happy.
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