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    At least for Google's web search results currently (September 2009), the answer is no. Google doesn't use the "keywords" meta tag in our web search ranking.


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    At least for Google's web search results currently (September 2009), the answer is no. Google doesn't use the "keywords" meta tag in our web search ranking.


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    At least for Google's web search results currently (September 2009), the answer is no. Google doesn't use the "keywords" meta tag in our web search ranking.


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    In short, Google does not use information in the keywords meta tag or the description meta tag to actually rank pages, but it does use the meta description text to create search snippets


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    The <meta name="robots"> tag applies to all search engines, while the <meta name="googlebot"> tag is specific to Google. In the case of conflicting robots (or googlebot ) meta tags, the more restrictive tag applies. For example, if a page has both max-snippet:50 and nosnippet tags, the nosnippet tag will apply.


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    So, Google doesn't utilize data in the catchphrases meta tag or the depiction meta tag to really rank pages, yet it utilizes the meta portrayal text to make search pieces.


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    The meta robots tags is used to instruct search engine spiders how to index your site and to either scan the page for links or not to.


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    Yes, Google uses Keyword Tags.


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    Matt Cutts, top of Google's web spam, has said something regarding the well known website admin YouTube arrangement that Google no longer uses Meta Tags,


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    Google does not use information in the keywords meta tag or the description meta tag to actually rank pages, but it does use the meta description text to create search snippets.


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