September 2009 Google Sudah Tidak Lagi Menggunakan Meta Tag Keyword. Alasan Mengapa Google Tidak Menggunakan Adalah Untuk Menghindari Keywords Stuffing (Pengisian Keyword Dengan Banyak Keyword Yang Tidak Jelas).
Setelah Melakukan Research Maka Saya Menemukan Video Berikut (Orang Di Bawah Ini Adalah Orang Dalam Google) :
Salah Satu Statement Matt : Dua Orang Ribut Mempersalahkan Keyword, Yang Dengan Itu Google Meniadakan Meta Tag Keyword.
Kesimpulan : Kata Kunci Meta tag tidak mempunyai efek peringkat pencarian di mesin pencari Google.
Berikut Link Ulasannya : http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2009/09/google-does-not-use-keywords-meta-tag.html
Does Google ever use the "keywords" meta tag in its web search ranking?
In a word, no. Google does sell a Google Search Appliance, and that product has the ability to match meta tags, which could include the keywords meta tag. But that's an enterprise search appliance that is completely separate from our main web search. Our web search (the well-known search at Google.com that hundreds of millions of people use each day) disregards keyword metatags completely. They simply don't have any effect in our search ranking at present.
Why doesn't Google use the keywords meta tag?
About a decade ago, search engines judged pages only on the content of web pages, not any so-called "off-page" factors such as the links pointing to a web page. In those days, keyword meta tags quickly became an area where someone could stuff often-irrelevant keywords without typical visitors ever seeing those keywords. Because the keywords meta tag was so often abused, many years ago Google began disregarding the keywords meta tag.
Does this mean that Google ignores all meta tags?
No, Google does support several other meta tags. This meta tags page documents more info on several meta tags that we do use.
Does this mean that Google will always ignore the keywords meta tag?
It's possible that Google could use this information in the future, but it's unlikely. Google has ignored the keywords meta tag for years and currently we see no need to change that policy.