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Looks like this was because of Google experimenting something. Today when searching with the same keyword Google displays the description as expected, everything shown from beginning and trimming last few words. We did not changed anything during this entire time on the website so it was definitely from Google's end. Thank you for your help.


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If you wanted to have a description for each maybe you could create dummy pages for each section, put all meta information in them and redirect users to the appropiate section. <meta HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH" content="0; url=http://www.yourdomain.com/index.html#SECTION"> Theoretically the search engine will read the meta while the users shouldn't even ...


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Yeah, keywords can be omitted. But the description shows in the search, around 160 characters. So you should provide short summary of the page in the description.


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You can't. meta descriptions are descriptions of the page, not the site as a whole. So you have to write some general description to cover everything. However, your content is more important.



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