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5:18 am on Aug 17, 2009 (gmt 0)

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I just curious to know that from where Yahoo took the content for search listing title and description.
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From the website title itself
From website meta description
Traditional content ransom note
From Yahoo directory
From Dmoz
8:50 am on Aug 17, 2009 (gmt 0)

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okay this is good information. But one of my site is coming in top 5 for one keyword (which is coming as its title in search listing) and the ranking keyword is not exists in Meta Title, Description and keywords moreover its not listed in Yahoo directory and Dmoz.
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One word out five?

One word out four?
One word out three?

The ONE word does not appear anywere?

The THREE words do not appear anywere?

Is this a SINGLE WORD that does not appear on your page at all?

Please be more specific.

11:19 am on Aug 17, 2009 (gmt 0)

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its one keyword only, i will explain you suppose that i have this keyword "ranking on yahoo".

but this key phrase "ranking on yahoo" doesn't exists in my Meta Title, Description, keywords and its also not listed in Yahoo directory and Dmoz.

but when i am searching "ranking on yahoo" on yahoo, its coming as my website title in search listing.