Recently I have been searching for different things in google search engine,
- bower save flag
- manage bower cache
The first results for these two different queries were same page https://bower.io/docs/api/ but the descriptions below them were:
When --save flag is used, all additional endpoint are saved to dependencies in bower.json . Bower recommends to always use --save flag to achieve ...
cache; help; home; info; init; install; link; list; login; lookup; prune; register; search; update; uninstall ... bower cache . Manage bower cache ...
I went down to both links because by reading their descriptions it became evident that the information I am looking for is certainly in that page. Actually the https://bower.io/docs/api/ page has no meta description tag. If they had instead a description tag with a fixed content then for both of my queries I would see same description which most probably won't contain the relevant keywords
save flag and
cache and I would have the impression that the page might not have information about those keywords.
So by not having description tags a webpage can actually offer users the most relevant information below their title in search results. That is if a page has 1000 lines then we can have 1000 different descriptions shown in search results. Isn't this good? Wouldn't this improve the chances to convey more relevant info to each user in the search results?