The first, is the title page (or page title). The second is the main content. And the third is the description.
Because search engines are basically robots that are looking for words, the main content and the description are just words. The main content is the pages you’re reading now, and the description is what the humans (who are robots) are looking for.
If you’re like me and go through life without ever getting a Google alert, then you’re probably a little bit afraid of the description. After all, it’s the first thing a human looks at when they see your page. Even something as basic as “Description” on a page title is often the only way to get a human to read your page. But the description can be a very powerful tool for getting you some extra traffic.
If you’ve noticed that your search engines sometimes seem to be ignoring your description at the moment you type it into the search bar, then you’re probably not alone. They are most likely ignoring it because your page is already so full of keywords that they can’t really understand what you’re writing (see the “keyword density” box on our “Keyword Ranking Factors” page).
If youve noticed that your search engines are ignoring your description at the moment you type it into the search bar, then youre probably not alone. They are most likely ignoring it because your page is already so full of keywords that they cant really understand what youre writing.
The search engine bots are actually fairly intelligent and they are actually quite bad at reading other words. It’s likely that they are seeing that your page is already full of keywords (and youve just entered the second word) and they just don’t care to delve into it any further. If your page is already filled with keywords, then you are most likely not alone.
Its also possible that your page is so full of keywords that youve only entered the first word and they are still not reading it enough to understand what youre trying to say? This could be an extremely common problem or a symptom of something far more sinister. It is of course possible that this is just a trick but it is still disturbing.
It is always possible that your page is filled with keywords and you are not even aware of them. If you are not aware of your keywords then you are most likely not aware of your problems. In that case, you should consider revising the content of your page to make sure that keywords are not being used.
I would recommend that you first make sure that you are aware of your keywords. You can do this by doing a Google search for “keywords:”. If your page doesn’t have any keywords it means that you are not aware of your keywords and you should also consider revising your page to make sure that your keywords aren’t being used.