I was fortunate enough to get some advice from @Waldo but was unfortunately unsuccessful in trying to rectify this issue. After purchasing a template from the Webflow marketplace, and creating my new website, Google stopped grabbing the meta description for the website.
The meta description should be: Visualizar is an innovative digital marketing agency based in London. We are dedicated to providing technology-driven digital services and strategies for our clients to help them generate more business.
Instead it is mirroring the meta title. Previously it was showing a random paragraph of content on the homepage instead for the description, but I since removed the name of my company and this seemed to rectify it.
I have checked the source code of the website, and this is rendering out correctly.
Perhaps it’s something to do with Google ‘finding the best’ content on the page for the metadata?
What’s even more odd is that the metadata descriptions for the other pages being listed in the results seems to be volatile. Some have the truncated description (that need amending) and others like the Contact page as shown below are grabbing the incorrect metadata.
As your concern about Google SERP Description, Google regularly updated there algorithms.
Google particularly focuses on Artificial Intelligence. SERP results will be change as per the query (Keywords).
Google is trying to give answer for respective queries as per user requirement.
Thatswhy you get this kind of results. For proper results you have to implement reach Snippet into your webpage content
My website is Coast Byron, I’ve been trying for a while now to get Google to index/use the Meta Description used on my homepage. Unfortunately it’s just pulling a jumble of prices and their discounted special.
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