Question: If Google hates iframes, does that interfere with the tags?
Answer: Google doesn’t hate iframes. It just ignores them. The iframe is really a ‘hole’ in a web page that is pulling content from somewhere else. So it is invisible to Google. Always od a VIEW SOURCE and if the content isn’t there, it isn’t there. Google can’t see it, as it does not do IFRAME pulls of other content. So iframes don’t help / don’t hurt.
The other tags – TITLE, H1, A HREF – etc. are where the on page game is played. Be sure that your target keywords are embedded correctly in those areas.
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