Don’t you just hate it when Google replaces your carefully crafted Description tag with the rubbish written by the editors of the Open Directory Project?
Well, Google has now fixed that problem. That means you can control what displays as the description when you’re listed in the Google search engine results (SERPs) page.
Google supports the meta tag called NOODP – which I’m assuming means “No Open Directory Project”
and you can suppress whatever the ODP editors wrote about your site. Just your own perfect description will appear in the Google search engine results.
Apparently, it takes just a few days to work.