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niallB
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Hiya 

I'm to improve the SEO rankings for my website. I'm starting to make progress but I'm noticing that if I do a search for lets say pirate costumes ireland or flapper costumes it brings me up alright but gives description of my webpage but not the category or webpage. Is this caused by a conflict between having a meta description and meta title in both documents  and in the search engine of store setting. Should I delete one of them and if so which one? I've attached photos. My website is myfancydress.ie Cheers guys 8-)

 

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Hi Nial,

Google may index all sorts of data from your sites pages. In this case the bottom screen myfancydress.ie is your home page ie index.php  and the other page in your shop (bottom screen) may be another page.

If you press F12 on chrome, you will see all the meta description has been added together by google. 

<meta name="description" content="My Fancy Dress is one of Ireland's largest online Fancy Dress Costume Shop. Our collection of fancy dress costumes are ideal for Fancy Dress Parties &amp; Event for all ages. My Fancy Dress has the largest selection of themed fancy dress outfits in Ireland. Browse online &amp; take advantage of very fast nation-wide delivery. - My Fancy Dress is Ireland's largest online Fancy Dress Costume Shop. Our collection of fancy dress costumes are ideal for Fancy Dress Parties &amp; Event for all ages. My Fancy Dress has the largest selection of themed costumes in Ireland. Browse online &amp; take advantage of very fast nation-wide delivery.">

I would not worry about it. Try https://www.lipperhey.com  for SEO

PS you have not replaced the flavicon

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Also, as FYI - Google does not use the "keywords" for anything, but that can help with internal search engine primarily. Google uses the first 250 characters or so of the description tag, and/or the open graph (OG) description tag -- which should be the same -- as well as the title tag to generate SERPS. Google also uses breadcrumbs as applicable to add "where am I" info in some cases for large complex sites (ours for example shows breadcrumbs in serps between the title and excerpt generated)..

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