Meta tags: To use commas or not...

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So there has been some debate whether or not to use commans in your meta tag keywords.

I was reading a discussion on this forum, http://www.ewebdevelopment.net/forum/me ... vt100.html , and it states that when using commas a keyword such as:

"web design, <next keyword>, next keyword",

counts for the full keyword web design, therefore you could repeat the keyword "web" and the keyword "design" . Do you follow?


Is this true or do you think they'll think this is keyword spam inthe meta tag?
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Unless you go crazy and specificaly set out to spam the tag, it is very difficult to do so these days as the keyword tag holds very little weight.

I always use commas - you can repeat part of the phrase yes.
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bbott1982 wrote:
So there has been some debate whether or not to use commans in your meta tag keywords.

I was reading a discussion on this forum, http://www.ewebdevelopment.net/forum/me ... vt100.html , and it states that when using commas a keyword such as:

"web design, <next keyword>, next keyword",

counts for the full keyword web design, therefore you could repeat the keyword "web" and the keyword "design" . Do you follow?


Is this true or do you think they'll think this is keyword spam inthe meta tag?



Hi, I have already asked some of these questions here:
http://www.ozzu.com/other-search-engines/case-sensitive-meta-tags-and-using-commas-meta-tags-t20844.html

Maybe that might help as well.

Cheers,
Rose
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heheh. if my memory serves me right...
isnt this website yours, bbott1982?

anyways, i think its good to have commas simply because of many directories require commas when you are doing directories submissions.

its convenient and easy to have them. For other directories, simply take away the commas.

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