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- "Deisil" in a technical document by one of the largest oil and gas companies in the world.
They make cakes out of cheese.
Oh the irony.
There was a report on Special Constables being used as a less expensive alternative to bobbies on the beat. The interviewer posed the question:
>Is this just an attempt to get boobies on the cheap?
Spellcheck can't tell the difference, they're all words. 'Google also looks at meat data while ranking websites'.
about someone working for some online music thing. He was doing a brief bio of Snoop Dogg and had mentioned that he had been rapping since he was 10 years old. Sadly he had missed one of the 'p's out of rapping.
It was spotted, but the lesson is never trust spellcheck.
It just checks it's there and then looks for more contextual content.
Page title is a big one - apart from domain name, that's the biggest thing in content terms that search engines look at when indexing a page. That's part of the meat data (i.e. isn't usually page content), and appears as the link to the page on search results.
Meat description doesn't bump the page up the rankings at all, it just makes the link look nicer. If you don't fill it in, Google grabs the first bit of text it can (which is why some pages seem to have their navigation as their description).
Meat keywords don't work, though, as search engines have disregarded them since about 2005.
But you're right - Google doesn't really care about meat data that much anymore, it's mostly about things you can see. Google tries to assess pages as a human user would, so invisible code-y things count less than real stuff on pages.
....is easily mistyped into....
I've done 'Beat Regards' a few times at the end of emails, I think it's only a matter of time before I drop the R-Bomb.
I'm far too inelegant
all the best
what I said what I meant to say
Of myaking a funny thing unfunny that I have seen.
shortly before I made a sex exit
I see alot of errors.
It said, "I was at the doctors the smorning."
She's 21 and wants to work with children.
'days off in loo'.
Lol, he wanted to spend his day off in the loo.
Whilst his workmates take poos on company time, he holds it all in for the end of the day / scheduled breaks. Believes the efforts he makes should be recognised outside of the inconsideration of his peers and refers to it as "in loo".