Plain Language Page Titles: More Important than Ever
Many experts now recommend even shorter page titles. Below are a couple of articles (plus tools) to see how the change may affect your page titles:
In addition to the suggestions offered in our previous article on Achieving Good SEO, here are a few specific tips for page titles:
- Place page titles in a
2. There’s no magic number, but around 55 characters or less is good.
3. There’s no set syntax, but “Primary Keyword – Secondary Keyword | Brand Name” is good.
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