Sgt_Kickaxe - 8:15 pm on Oct 27, 2012 (gmt 0)
While looking at Google news, and later in regular search results with time set to newest, I noticed several articles that didn't have titles but instead had a comma delimited list of keywords.
example of an article title: "Hurricane, Sandy, storm, cyclone, Ontario"
That is the title assigned to the article (for the Toronto Star newspaper in this case) by Google but it is not the title of the article. You'll notice the capitalization is not on every word and in the article these are the KEYWORDS, not the title.
Do keywords matter again? If Google is using the keywords as page title(complete with capitalization differences between words) instead of the article title assigned by the author then the meta keyword may indeed be relevant, it was for these articles today anyway. Should I start assigning keywords and a meta keyword tag to my pages again?