Articles Indexed in the Google Scholar Search Engine

alexseo12

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Hello fellas,

I've notice that some of my articles (health niche) are indexed in the Google Scholar Search Engine.

However, the tile shown in "Scholar-SERPS" is just the name of my website rather than "meta title" tag that you normally see in serps.

This for sure reduces the CTR of my articles in Google Scholar.

Any advice on how to force google scholar to display the title of the post rather than the name of the website?

Also, Im currently trying to figure out the criteria for an article to classify to be indexed in Google Scholar (only some articles were added to Google Scholar despite similar structure and the exact same schema).

It seems to have sth to do with the way the references (sources) are structured. I'll update the post once I find out more about it.
 

SEOMet

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Never thought of that. I use Scholar for academic purposes, and I've only seen real research papers from peer-review journals pop up there. I wonder how would you go about getting your blogposts to appear there.

I'll stick around to see if somebody has an idea.
 
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