I'm pretty sure I know the answer to this question, but I'm getting desperate. One of my sites has been indexed by Google, but Google seems to be having some problems reading the page content. The one line description available on almost every page is "Leaders in Precision Molding" - that's all that shows under the title tag even though there is a description meta tag that contains content from the body of the document.
Now, that line "Leaders in Precision Molding" is the content of a layer that appears on every page (it's their slogan) and it picks up the content from the home page (also a layer), but the inside pages are tables with that one layer on top.
My question is, "Do you think I could put an invisible layer on the inside pages that contains the body content of the page for Google to index or will they consider that spam?"