Hi, I have a website that ranks no1 in most search engines , recently I noticed that my meta tags all contain a 0 and colon like so <0:keywords> there is also a zero and colon in the closing tags. Does anyone know how this got here and what it means? I originally built the site with Word but now use Dreamweaver, I can also hand code html at a push. I was going to remove them but would like to know if this is wise, given that I already rank no1 for my target keyphrase.
Well thats the crux of the problem.....Should I let sleeping dogs lie. You see I would like to add some valid and readable keywords as sugested by a well known keyword optimisation tool and be found for them also. At the moment I am only number one for one keyword phrase. Presumably that is a result of some fortuitous spidering, it does not generate much traffic though.
I have assumed that my great placement in Google was the result of a manual entry by them, as the invalid <0:description> tag I have, is shown in Google's search results as something else.
[edited by: encyclo at 5:15 pm (utc) on April 4, 2006] [edit reason] no specifics please, see terms of service [/edit]