Re: Search Engines-key words and commas|
From Patrick at GrowSpot.com
on 25 April '00
replying to Search Engines-key words and commas posted by Jeannie
>In looking at the meta tags of some web sites I have noticed that some people use commas in the "keywords" and some people do not. I am trying to find out if this makes a difference in the ranking, or what is the proper way of entering these words for example is: <meta name="keywords" content="Phliadelphia lawyer PA law Pennsylvania attorney"> or is <meta name="keywords" content="Phliadelphia, lawyer, PA, law, Pennsylvania, attorney"> correct? which one will get me ranked higher?
It doesn't make a difference, some people just use commas, because they're used to using commas in lists, and it makes it easier to read as well.