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Database driven keywords

Thread began 1/04/2010 2:14 pm by Roxana | Last modified 1/04/2010 2:14 pm by Roxana | 472 views | 0 replies


Database driven keywords


This is not an eCart question, but maybe someone is able to help me.

I have a multi-lingual website, and I am now trying to decide on the keywords and description.

I read that there should be no more than 900 keywords, but with 4 languages that would bring the number of keywords down to 225 per language (or even less, if more languages are added).

As far as the page titles go, they are provided by a database filtered by language. If I do the same with the keywords, can search engines use the keywords from the database and index the page accordingly for each language? Or would the search engine add up the keywords of all languages anyway.

Thanks for any help

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