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    Hi there,

    I have the following problem. The website has normal HTML meta tags with the words I have chosen to put as keywords. Everything shows up well If I use the hostname. However If I use my .tk domain to open the site, the keywords are some garbage and have nothing to do with my site or what I have in the HTML code.

    Does anyone know how can that be fixed? Or how .tk generates meta keywords?

    P.S Here's the example check 1st: "http" ://stop-by.com/mitko/sport
    and use the Source View to see the keywords, and then check out:
    "http:"//e-sportbets.tk and you will see the big difference.

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    The answer is simple ...

    You're a jerk for getting us to click on your links.

    If you don't respond back with some discussion on this by tomorrow,
    the post will be deleted. I think you're just spamming us.

    But to answer your question anyhow ...
    the "sportsbet.tk" site is just a frameset with your other site as the frame target,
    so it won't show the HTML source for the frame target. But you probably already
    knew that.


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    How Am I a jerk? How else would I explain my problem if you can't see the difference in the code. Alright remove the links I don't really care the difference I am talking about is that on the long host name the meta tag is something like "bet, bet online etc"
    while on the domain is "="description,e-sportbets,keyword,you've,lorem,ipsum"
    stuff that makes no sense at all, and I can't see where they have been picked up.

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    xecutable ...

    There's been a huge surge of spammers who post links on their first posts.
    We normally assume that's the case. So I apologize, but we really try hard to
    keep this forum free from people who try to get links posted just for clicks.
    We've even discussed not letting anyone post links to URL's on their first post.

    About the 2 links you provided ...

    You have two different domain names, and two different websites.

    Each one has their own "index" file. That file is where the meta tags are.

    Go into each webhost account and look at both "index" files side by side.
    One of them is a "normal" page with HTML.
    The other one is simply a frameset that sticks the other sites content into itself.

    Do you have access to both websites?


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    Apology accepted. Well the long URL is actually my host which I have access to. The second one is the .tk free domain site that shortens your URL. I have no access to anything in there. But I did find where the keywords came from. When I first uploaded the template, there were some words keeping the spots filled.I guess they were caught by their generator. The question would be how do I removed them. I read last night that meta tags are useless now days anyways because Google simply ignores them?

    P.S I had another project before about an online store, but we used a paid domain name then, so we had absolutely no problems.

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    Is getting another smaller domain name a problem?
    They are not that expensive to register.
    I would think that's the best way to go.

    The .tk site is simply using frames to contain your "real" site.
    Not a very good way (in my opinion). You can't affect it unless
    you have some access to their server.


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    No not at all 9.99$ per year is not a problem at all. I just wasn't thinking it would make any difference but from what you said It seems like there's a big difference =). Alright thanks for your help, I will do what you said and will just buy a domain


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