Non-visible microformats was [uf-discuss] Principles of
mikeschinkel at gmail.com
Thu Dec 21 04:36:06 PST 2006
Angus McIntyre wrote:
> Google just doesn't - as far as I know - use either the
> keywords or the description in order to decide how to index
> the page, because of the problem of keyword stuffing.
Some invisible metadata can be potentially abused by spammers, but not all.
It depends on the nature of the metadata.
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