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- Google description how?
January 22, 2004, 7:20 pm
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They extracted what is possibly the last sentence at the end of
the page and which has nothing to do with the content
description but to do with links to other sites! I put a
description tag in which they ignored. Did I make a mistake with
it? Is there a rule they use and which I could apply to enter
the description I want in the appropriate place?
In fact I now see that they have at least two descriptions
depending on whether you search for rainbows or rainshine. Guess
they extract it humanly using a circus clown.
Re: Google description how?
On Fri, 23 Jan 2004 13:39:48 -0000, "seo mark"
The search term for rainbow - the webpage is all about rainbows
and the word rainbow appears frequently all the way through.
On looking again, I had entered 'rainbows' in the plural before
which doesn't appear until half way down - nowhere near the
description quoted. When I searched 'rainbow' in the singular I
got a better description. I don't see how they justify that. The
description I give in the tag precisely defines the page -
that's what it's for. It's not helpful to their users not to
It makes it seem impossible to guarantee the searcher will get a