Search Engine Results Don't Give Brief Description of Post
WireValley.com is my WordPress blog I have setup. I do have “All in One SEO” Plugin installed and enabled. At the end of each article I write, I enter in the details such as the “Title” the “Description” and the “keywords”
Maybe I have this wrong, but I assumed I was entering this information so when someone comes across that link in say Google, my description I just typed in “All in One SEO” would be shown. Instead my tagline is always being shown.
For instance, I go to Google.com and in the search box I type in WireValley.com and over to the left hand side of Google, I go under the search tools and I’ll click “Past 24 Hours” (since I know I’ve written a couple articles since then). Now when my search results come up and the title displays correctly in Google. For example, I see “Amazon Kindle 3 now $89” (this is what I labeled the title in All in One SEO) but directly under that all I see this:
“Technology, Gadgets, News, movies, TV shows, Android, iPhone, Microsoft… Don’t forget to subscribe!”
Which is what I have under my WordPress admin panel in the tagline.
How come the description I enter in All in One SEO is not showing up? Instead my tagline is showing up for every single post that is being found in Google for my site.
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