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Matt Cutts

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Meta Tag from Google

What are Meta tags?

These are the tags that will be available in the head section of the website. This mainly helps the search engines to find what kind of website is this and much other useful information is inserted into it.

New Meta From Google:

Now you can inform Google about a expiry data of a page. The new meta tag is “unavailable_after”. This information is not released officially and we are waiting for it.

Using this meta tag, you can tell the search engines from which date they should stop crawling the page. Hope this is a useful meta tag.

Hurray!!! This is my
100th posting!!!

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2 Comments:

At 7:37 AM, Blogger srinivasan said...

Hi Matt,

Congrats... for your 100th post...
is there any syntax for this meta tag

 
At 11:10 PM, Blogger Matt said...

Srinivasan,

Thank you! :)

The usual META tag syntax.

 

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