>From Google's perspective you can pretty much ignore meta-keywords
altogether. Description is useful from trying to improve
conversion/CTR on the results page, but will do little to affect your
ranking. It may help with some of the lesser used search engines
however.

SEO isn't as complicated as people think or the snake oil salesmen try
to make out. Provide useful and on topic content and you're 90% there.
Google are constantly trying to refine their algorithm so that it
reflects the user experience. Metadata is invisible to the user
experience, so Google rightly gives it almost no weight. There may be
a few instances where that is not that case, but you'd do best to
consider them short term arbitrage opportunities that will disappear
as soon as Google spots them.

Glenn
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