So I have a site with lots of video clips, each one on its own page, and the kind of thing I'd like people to share. To that end I added some text boxes (textarea tags without a form) with the bbcode in them to post in forums at the bottom of each page, like a lot of sites do. But now stupid fucking Google has included the contents of the textareas in my keywords, which means my domain name (e.g. mydomain on its own) ends up being my top keyword because it's in the middle of the url in the bbcode several times on each page, which is obviously fucking hopeless and fucking up my ranking for what should be my top keyword. So how do I stop Google doing this? That bbcode isn't meant to be part of the page content but obviously Google considers that it is, and since the pages don't have much other text on them (the video is the main content) it's made a significant difference to the nature of the content of the page. So far I've thought of using js to write the content into the text boxes, but Google can parse that, or using an iframe but I really don't want to start putting iframes on my pages.