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webdesigndeluxe says
No google doesnt use the meta tags any more.

Was just gonna say that :) No use of Meta tags anymore IMHO :)

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_rg_ says

just to add something here, be care of what google says, i have a bad experience with google adwords similar to what this guy said:

“We didn’t appear in google search results until we joined the adwords program. We became the number one hit (when our name was searched) soon after. When we suspended our adwords program, WE COMPLETELY DISAPPEARED from search results.”

So, may be google is doing things behind courtains and don´t tell us how is it. I don´t think we must belive all they say, just that.

I´ve read many situations like this on blogs and forums…. so, may be we need to be carefull with that.

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RobbyDesigns says
you better see this:

http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2009/09/google-does-not-use-keywords-meta-tag.html

but anyway, we must belive anything that google says?

Interesting – and the guy is pretty cool for a ‘Google’ guy. I think I’ll experiment by not adding any tags and seeing how I do in organic search.

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