12 Jun An official announcement by Google: No more using DMOZ as a major source of titles and meta descriptions
SEO must not be surprised with a new update launched by Google. With this update Google has stopped the use of DMOZ as a major source in the pages and websites while they search.
It has just been a year when DMOZ shut down, which means Google at no time in the future had a refreshed outside source – past the webpage itself – for pulling important relevant information when the site page was inadequate in meta description or appropriate high caliber on-page content that could be utilized inside Google list items. So Google is asking the website owners consider the meta description labels on their websites now that DMOZ is at no time in the future being utilized.
This likewise implies the NOODP tag, the one that would keep Google from utilizing DMOZ as a hotspot for the page, is basically deplored, in any event for Google. Other web crawlers or administrations may even now pull DMOZ data, however it was principally the Google utilization of it that most website proprietors were worried about. Bing still records the NOODP tag in their page about what robots orders the Bing bot respects.
Google additionally reminds website owners about composing quality descriptions for their meta tags so that the Google shows are the most precise and illustrative of the content on the page.