On Thu, Nov 17, 2011 at 9:22 AM, david <dvd(a)enlloc.org> wrote:
El dj 17 de 11 de 2011 a les 00:52 +0100, en/na
Platonides va escriure:
On 21/03/11 01:16, uv22e Alcott wrote:
> as I know there are several seo extensions available but which one
I don't think meta keywords are relevant for SEO anymore.
But "description" or "title" are useful to show info about the site
searchengine results and other places; and the browsers use this
metadata, isn't it?
So here is my question: Which one do you use?
Wikipedia doesn't use any of them.
As far as I know browser don't and never did anything with meta-data,
it was meant for search engines.
However search engines are smart enough to extract the title, keywords
and description themselves. And many other things as well.
- Google extracts the title, the summary (first paragraph of article),
and section / related article links. And that's just what we see publically.
Being SEO friendly doesn't require installing a plugin by definition, some
web applications are actually good at it out of the box. I think MediaWiki
is one of them :)