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Re: Keywords
From T J Daniels at ''POETRY'' by: T. J. Daniels on 29 June '00
replying to Re: Keywords posted by Greg

Hi Greg. A 'comma' is a character as well as a 'space'. They both take up _space_. Like Greg, I use commas without spaces, to separate phrases. Such as: t j daniels,tjdaniels,poetry tjdaniels,tjdaniels poetry, Check out my 'key words' source. Then go to yahoo.com & type in t j daniels OR tjdaniels OR tjdaniels poetry. Hope this info helps. TJ

>>I was wondering if, in meta keywords, spaces and commas count as characters. It could make a big difference in the number of words one could use if they either were counted or not. Thanks.
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>I have had good results separating search phrases (groups of keywords)using commas, without spaces. I think engines need commas to distinguish where one keyword ends, and another begins. Excluding spaces helps to keep the character total down. Example....
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>keywords are good,keywords are great,keywords




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