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ICE

abbreviation for INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ENGINEERS.
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Yet another example of prohibited techniques would be the use of false, deceptive or misleading meta tags on a website.
With the end of AltaVista's use of meta keywords in generating search results, the death of the meta tag was declared.
Sets of top-ranking pages in 20 languages returned by the Google search engine were downloaded and analyzed for presence of meta tag descriptions and lengths of descriptions.
Meta tag theft occurs when a website owner uses the brand names or trademarks of other organizations or competitors to attract traffic to their site.
When you've found appropriate keywords, don't often repeat them in your meta tags.
Meta tags reside in the coding that creates the Web site and allow the page to be found by a search engine looking to match the search criteria.
For example, a lawyer may not use 'mesothelioma' as a meta tag or hidden text so that consumers searching for lawyers who handle such cases are directed to the lawyer's website if the lawyer has no intention of actually handling that type of matter and, instead, intends to refer the matter out and divide fees with the lawyer to whom the matter is referred.
Most curious is this meta tag on the Connect site: "SBC Bad buisiness.
With Atomz's Target Meta Tag, customers will b e able to "tag," using the Metadata Management interface, pages with specific target keywords whereby the associated page would always be the top search result.
A meta tag is a descriptor that is attached to text in a Web site.
In some cases, it doesn't matter how many descriptions a meta tag contains; depending on how often a crawler visits a site, the tags could go unnoticed.
Inclusion of JavaScript, framed links and meta tag redirects