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  1. Google Guilty of Defamation; Google/Apple Extend Search Deal & Latest Search News

    Make changes to the meta descriptions or page content that show up in those snippets. Here's a roundup of this morning's other top search headlines and tips from around the Web, sorted by category. Search Engine Optimization

  2. This Breaking News Just In - The Meta Keywords Tag is Still Dead!

    On October 1, 2002, Danny Sullivan, provided a second opinion in Search Engine Watch in "Death of A Meta Tag. Search continued to support the meta keywords tag, so some search engine optimizers continued using it, although it didn't have...

  3. Users and Search Engines Want the Same Things

    Search engines will often use the meta description as the "blurb" for the page when returning it as a search result, so it's another important contact point with a potential customer. Body content, meta content, and graphical content tells search...

  4. SEO Site Structure 101, Part 2

    In part 1 of this article, I discussed the proper use of meta tags. You can also use h2, h3, etc.representing other headlines on the page. In SEO Site Structure 101, Part 1, we began discussing the basics of search engine friendly design.

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  5. Oil and Water? SEOs vs. Content Owners

    There must be a clear understanding of what database elements are the most desirable for use within page titles, meta descriptions, and headers, and the design team must prepare placeholders for such content to be pulled dynamically.

  6. Search Headlines & Links: April 9, 2008

    Others' Trademark Terms In Meta Tags Illegal: Georgia Court RulesThe 11th Circuit Court of Georgia ruled the use of others' trademarks in meta tags infringes trademark laws. Here we've collected today's top news stories posted to the Search Engine...

  7. Highlights from the SEW Blog: February 25-29, 2008

    Matt Cutts' Google NoIndex Discussion Gets InterestingThe ongoing discussion of the ways you can stop search engines from indexing specified pages and the use of the noindex meta tag was the topic of Matt Cutts blog the other day.