Google: Meta Tags don’t decide your web rank!

 In Videos: For all of you, who have been leaving no stone unturned or no phrase unused in adding meta tags to improve your Google search ranks, here’s some bad news: Google does not use meta tags to rank web pages. The search giant has made it official on its blog that meta tags have no impact on search rankings, though a good meta description might. Are SEO planners listening? So stop bothering about keywords and rather concentrate on improving your web profile by writing a blog, using social networking sites, keeping your content relevant and up-to-date, having quality (and related) in-coming and out-going links and so on. Here’s a video where Google search guru Matt Cutts breaks the myth about meta tagging:


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