Page Meta Data is a type of metadata added to web pages that helps search engines understand the purpose and content of a page. It consists of information such as page titles, descriptions, canonical URLs, and open graph tags. Search engines can use this data for indexing purposes, and it is designed to help a website appear higher in organic search rankings. PMD also ensures more accurate results for users when they query for information related to a website’s content.

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