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Recently I added some content to my website and submitted a sitemap files to Google. Now that Google has indexed those pages, I discovered that some of words and sentences that are listed in Google that lead to my website are having their meta descriptions somehow mixed up.

Here is how it works: After I put a sentence on Google to check for my website ranking, I can see a page title in the results of page1, a link to page1, and a description from page2.

Since my website is a forum, if Google mixes the links of threads, it leads my users to different kind of material that they were looking for. Is there anything I can do about it?

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closed as unclear what you're asking by Stephen Ostermiller Jun 30 '14 at 17:50

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Can you share a link to the search result where this is happening? If your site isn't mixing up the tags itself, then it really sounds like a bug in Google. One that I have never seen before myself. – Stephen Ostermiller Dec 2 '13 at 12:53

If the description of Page1 is not related to the searched sentence, Google has the capability to take the related description from somewhere else it found.

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Uh, but the description of Page2 does not relate to Page1 at all! Also, Page1 has it's own description. I don't know what to do now... – ojek Nov 25 '13 at 11:09

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