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Google is not showing my meta description

dateewfxc
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Google is not showing my meta description

I have properly filled my title tag and meta description for my website using Yoast.

I just checked the SERPs and realized that Google isn’t showing my specified meta description text but something else.

Any idea why doesn't meta description not appear in Google and how to make my meta descriptions appear in the SERPs?
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neelseowork
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It happens due to the entered search query. Google tries to return more specific results according to the search query.
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Could you double check if you are more than one SEO plugin installed in WP? If yes, then just deactivate the other SEO plugin. That may be the case.
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sophiawils59
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It means google think that the fetch data is more appropriate for the said searched query rather than the meta description you have entered!!
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bracknelson
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Google uses the context of the user’s actual search phrase, so it also depends on the user search query, whether Google will show your meta-description or not.

Google will instead replace the meta description with one of its own from its top 3 "SERP" websites.
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thotashaeuhk
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Maybe the search engine is ignoring your title or meta description and pulling information from elsewhere, such as Open Directory Project.
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The title or meta description you specified isn't relevant to the search query. The title or meta description you specified is too short or too long.
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