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    Default KeyWords Are they still a thing?

    Is it still good practice to put some key words in your meta tags?
    Does Google still look for them.
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    Default Re: KeyWords Are they still a thing?

    Yes, they are a good idea and good practice and yes Google as well as other search engines still use them for indexing purposes.

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    Default Re: KeyWords Are they still a thing?

    But Google no longer uses meta keywords for ranking signal, unless if quality content matches those keywords. I recall one of their chief SEO engineers bought out a video talking about it. SEO Pro Yoast describes it's value - or lack of it today.

    A newer concept called structured data became available, to code in your website to provide "rich snippets" iin search results.
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