[TYPO3-english] Meta data (keyword, description etc) recursive?
Martin Bernt Rud
martin.b.rud at gmail.com
Thu Jun 11 12:45:33 CEST 2009
Yes, agree, mystery machine - we can only guess! ;-)
> some information there is better than none!?
I don´t believe so. You can´t make meta data that correspond to all your
visible pages. If so they aren´t specific enough.
About keywords and Google use of them I don´t have the answer. In my opinion
I just would rather use my time and ressources in going through visible
content and make that even better.
2009/6/11 Tyler Kraft <tyler.kraft at netefficiency.co.uk>
> > I disagree: Search engines look for meening, not just words. So if words
> > copied it sends signal that all pages are alike. Which they are not on
> > site - I guess?
> But surely some information there is better than none!? Even if the
> keywords are repeated it still provides information and therefore
> context and meaning of the site, no?
> > Perhaps search engines still lack competence in discovering
> > "meaninglessness" but they get better and better. Therefor - to be ready
> > the future - don´t make "bad content" (which duplicated content is).
> > BTW - keywords are - as far as I know - not values or used by Google. In
> > IMHO it´s not worth the work of creating and updating them.
> My understanding is that they don't get used by google, but it still
> likes to see them there, and gives you a checkmark for having them - if
> that makes sense. Apparently it all contributes to having well formed
> pages, etc.
> Google... the mystery machine! ;-)
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