Smart meta tags

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  1. comparco

    comparco Regular Member

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    I know there are various points of view on the value of meta tags, but I found this code on a competitors web site.
    They are updating the google bot Database with new as opposed to the old stuff google keeps. But what is the content code about??

    <HTML>
    <HEAD>
    <TITLE>Dog biscuits, best dog biscuits</TITLE>
    <LINK REL="STYLESHEET" HREF="mystyles.css"><META NAME="verify-v1"
    CONTENT="DKFr3bRqPx2tp6BADZqsxprBonArnxhDOFkt7Foiw4="><META NAME="DESCRIPTION"
    CONTENT="Dog Biscuit guide."><META NAME="KEYWORDS"
    CONTENT=" finding the right dog biscuit"><META NAME="ROBOTS"
    CONTENT="NOODP"><META NAME="GOOGLEBOT" CONTENT="NOODP">
     
  2. catchme

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    <META NAME="verify-v1"
    CONTENT="DKFr3bRqPx2tp6BADZqsxprBonArnxhDOFkt7Foiw 4=">

    Google webmaster tools verification tag

    <META NAME="ROBOTS"
    CONTENT="NOODP">
    <META NAME="GOOGLEBOT" CONTENT="NOODP">

    This means that the robots should not take title and description from the open directory project (dmoz)

    nothing abnormal with the meta tags
     
  3. comparco

    comparco Regular Member

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    Thanks catchme. So why do I have to type in keywords and stuff when they didnt seem to have any.

    I just thought it was some kinda auto generating keyword, description, and title stuffer.

    I wish