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However if they were at all beneficial, what would be the best format? Lets assume for example that widgets were childrens toys. Would the proper tag order layout be?
childrens toys, widgets, blue widgets
blue widgets, widgets, childrens toys
Some other order.
They could be used by Google, but just given a very low weighting in their algorithm and it would not surprise me if most engines ignore keywords that are not in the main text as well, to stop spamming irrelevant terms.
lets say my target keywords are
childrens toy, boys toys, girls toys
and I know and want to my site to come up when any of these two word combos are searched for. I don't want to try to coem up when they are searched for as a single word.
do I put them in the meta tags as:
1) childrens, toy, toys, boys, girls,
2) childrens toy toys boys girls
3) childrens toy, boys toys, girls toys
I mean is it important to keep the wanted 2word combos together? or if I am targeting for 3word combos should I keep those together?
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Inktomi uses meta keywords, does AltaVista still use them? Most others do not, so see where you get with alternatives in Ink and AV and experiment until you get higher - but content is still more important than the meta keywords - DONT waste too long messing about with them when there are so many other things to do that can help much more.
now this category has another subcategory like "Audio & Video". i want the user to visit directly to this page if he searches for "Audio & Video". so do i need to add different keywords for the main category page and this subcategory pages to get this page listed in the search engine.