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11-28-2011, 01:40 AM
A good title is one of the most important SEO tips to keep in mind. The title should be possible as keywords, as well as a way of goal where as meta tags are usually explained in a very simple way to help you understand what is important to get the parts, and tags on every page.
12-11-2011, 05:17 PM
Yeah absolutely good piece of info. this is important bcz the title tag is typically what the target market sees in search results in some of the major search engines. A typical search result consists of the title tag as the link to the Web site, a brief description of the Web site, and the URL.
12-16-2011, 02:46 PM
The page title (not to be confused with the heading for a page) is a string of text, defined by contents of the <TITLE> element in the <HEAD> section of the HTML document. It is extremely important that all Web pages (each of the pages on your Web site) have titles.
Because the title is visible both in the title bar of a browser window, as well as the headline of a search engine result.
A simplified version might look like:
<TITLE>Document Title Here</TITLE>
<META-NAME="keywords" CONTENT="keyword1, keyword2, keyword3">
<META-NAME="description" CONTENT="200 character site description goes here">
<META-NAME="robots" CONTENT="index, follow">
Hope this information helps you.
12-14-2012, 05:20 AM
The longer your title tag is, the more diluted your keywords become and the more likely your title tag is to be truncated by a search engine. To get your message across, you should include important keywords toward the beginning of the title and make sure that the first 40 to 60 or so characters of your title form a complete thought. Google displays a maximum of 66 characters. Yahoo! search, on the other hand, permits up to 120 characters for a title tag.
04-11-2013, 05:35 AM
With the help of title tag optimization, you can target the keywords and optimize the site in well manner.
04-13-2013, 07:44 AM
A good title is one of the most important SEO tips to keep in mind. The title should be possible as keywords, as well as a way of goal where as meta tags are usually explained in a very simple way to help you understand what is important to get the parts, and tags on every page. Page title is one of the crucial parts of a webpage. It affects conversion as it is basically the ones used by search engines as the highlighted clickable text in search results pages. So, if your target is to grab as much click-through from search and convert as much prospects into sales, you should appropriately optimize your page titles.
04-13-2013, 07:51 PM
Page titles have always been one of the most important elements of a successful search engine optimization strategy. The primary signal for Google in determining what a page is about has always been the <title> tag but they are also relying on other factors – especially where their interpretation is that the specified page title isn’t the best representation of what a page is about.
All too often we see pages with identical titles, lengthy titles or generic titles such as 'Home' which really provide nothing useful to the Google searcher trying to instantly evaluate which result to click on in a SERP.
It also highlights the opportunity of using synonyms and targeting long-tail variations in your content as it may happen that Google serves up an alternative (and more relevant) page title for a search result similar to those that are the main focus of your campaign.
04-21-2013, 12:54 PM
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