KK (as i discovered the other day, works for the BBC).
As for the search engine recognition (from what I remember) it's all to do with key words in the meta tags in the source code.
An article explaining it is:http://www.apromotionguide.com/metatag.html
I would be happy to help unless someone with more coding knowledge wants to step in.
It's not like that any more, not with Google. It was a much abused system and while keywords do help - to a very tiny extent - they are not what gets you to the top in Google. It's quality of content, links to other sites (legit ones), and so on.
A list of keywords, like 'games, game, game reviews, review, reviews, ps3, xbox, 360, wii, nintendo, nintendo news, games stuff, games chat, chat, gaming...' will do more harm than good.
Oh, and see the links up in your address bar as you browse the site? They don't help either as search engines find them harder to index (or, in some cases, they can't do it at all).
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