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So I've been using seo tools with my iWeb site for a while now and I've been getting great results. The only problem I have is that when searching in google my sites description is my sites keywords? At first I thought that I may have put the keywords in the description box in seo tools but I haven't. I have also put the keywords in the header and footer of my site so maybe that why. It doesn't cause major problems as my site always comes up first when searching it just looks abit odd.

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Likely if you put your keywords in the header or footer, google may be picking that up. In your case it seems to work good.
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