Google does not use the keywords meta tag in web ranking


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  1. Jayne Tripplett
    Jayne Tripplett says:

    Just wondering, since WIX blogs no longer support the keyword platform, and want users to utilize hashtags within the blog cobtent, that means that my blogs will NOT show up on Google search results, correct?

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  2. Anisa Bejko
    Anisa Bejko says:

    Thanks for this, but i want to ask something. We are in 2016, this video is made at 2009, google search algorithm has changed a lot, so my question is again "Do meta keywords still not matter in web ranking?"

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  3. SHEILA MARGARET DOROTHY
    SHEILA MARGARET DOROTHY says:

    share this video because video is very informative specially about KEYWORDS GO HERE. it is very helpful product for KEYWORDS GO HERE , it is my own experience about it. thank you very much this great video about KEYWORDS GO HERE. i strongly recomend if anyone wants to know more search on google

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  4. Norbert Harms
    Norbert Harms says:

    Matt, that is the reason why Google is no search engine any longer, but merely a waste dumper. Now you suck up all that worthless content crap they produce out there (everyone talks about the same anyway), talking about … nothing, really, and then you dump it onto people as your "Search Result". Now I CAN DO YOUR job, and search my way through 211,498,356 Google Waste Result" pages, trying to find something, that comes close to what I was actually trying to find. Well, Google, I don't actually need you for that then at all, do I!?

    As a matter of fact. If I wanted to, I can do much more damage to other people in the content I create. Hence, your "Explanation" as to "WHY" you scrapped the keywords has no basis except ONE! You wanted to change into a "content collector". That's the truth about your "content" theory. 

    As another matter of fact, if you'd have worked through the keywords  strategy properly, "Keywords" would be much more effective and displaying "Correct' search results. Your explanation (or better told "Excuse"), has now become unacceptable, Matt, and you better delete this video, before more people find out about you.

    Would you like me to elaborate on this? I guess not. Google, and you, would never accept the truth. Of course you're big and (still) own that monopoly 😉 but, the more you go down this path, the more doors you open up.

    With all due respect, Matt. but sometimes it would make much more (and better) sense, to work the problem out and through, rather than just creating a new, bigger problem, but then lying to the world, "problem solved". 

    But then again, you need to please your shareholders, not the general user, I understand that corporate driver, too.

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  5. sean106alcon
    sean106alcon says:

    So when making a video it is safe to say the key words box below for tags is not important but ALL the words in the videos description are very important? Not anyone spam the "about video" video section with key words, but write an accurate description that does contain many key words??? Thanks in advance?

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  6. Oscar Gonzalez
    Oscar Gonzalez says:

    Just in case you didn't know. I still see people get really concerned about this topic. The keywords that you can code on your website, are not looked at by Google. This means you need to improve the use of your keywords in line in your content and to structure your blog posts and articles properly. The meta tags that Google does look at are "meta description". — Conclusion, don't bother too much with them for Google ranking, and don't worry if other people use them negatively against you. 

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