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I have a website in south indian language (Tamil); I have put all the contents in UTF-8 (unicode). But my keywords are in english.
Is this make any difference in google/yahoo search?
I have to change anything...?
Pls help me.
joined:Mar 3, 2003
I don't know Tamil but I know Gujarati, and a search reveals most of the top results have their meta tags in Gujarati.
In your case, you need to ask yourself whether searchers will search in English or in Tamil. I feel that someone searching in English is unlikely to be shown a Tamil result if there are plenty of relevant English pages. If your audience is likely to have their default search language set to Tamil (not available in Google, even though the interface language can be set to Tamil), they will probably see Tamil results.
In conclusion, since Google has a large number of interface languages but a small set of search languages, I feel that the algorithms in unsupported languages are basic. I copied one of the Tamil words second from the top left nav bar (presume it was Images) from the Google page and when I searched, I was given mainly Tamil results.