Not sure what you mean by "servicing area and classification" ... can you give us an example?
Originally Posted by mrmbarnes
The only <meta> tag that I know of being useful for SEO is the description. It doesn't have any effect on where your site appears in the rankings, but it does mean that you can hope to control what is displayed in the snippet under the page title. Some people like to use the keywords tag as well, but this has minimal impact – if it uses words that don't feature in the content then search engines will ignore it, all it does is give them a hint as to which words from the content are the most important, but to be honest if search engines can't figure that out for themselves then the chances are that your page is sp badly written and coded that all you're doing is putting a sticking plaster on a broken limb.
I'm not aware of any other <meta> tags that search engines take into consideration.
I've moved this thread to Internet Marketing, which is where we have discussions about SEO