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Title, meta tag missing

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by xincestporn, Aug 9, 2017.

  1. xincestporn

    xincestporn Newbie

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    My website is an adultwebsite. Some seo checkers don't recognize my title, meta tags, while a few other recognize them. What may be the problem? Do I need to worry? Is a code's problem?
     
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    aqibarif74 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Can you please name them and what they exactly say?
     
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    xincestporn Newbie

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    I'm new at this forum and it doesn't allow to put me link. But seotesteronline it recognize my title, meta tags, while neil patel say that title , meta tag is missing
     
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    fuck what neil patel is saying, use inspect element (right click) on the page, and look for yourself.
     
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    Yes, I checked it and eveything is Ok. But many other seo checker don't recognize me title, meta tags. Before all of them recognize my title, meta tags and I had around 5000 from organic search. Then, suddenly, my organic search for one week dropped to 600 and these seo checker don't recognize my title, meta tags. Anyways I am not sure if this is problem. My organic search keep dropping.
     
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    Make a deep research on what you have done before firing on onpage.
     
  7. Luco

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    If your title goes in <title></title> then you are ok and all search engines see's your title. Check in google if your title is ok, not in shitty seo checker tools, so hit a search on google with site:yoursite.tld and see how your title appears.
     
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    just right click on your site then click view page source then ctrl+f and search for title , meta...if missing title and meta there then login to your control then fill title and meta
     
  9. mbreezy

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    Is the html code <title>Your Title</title> in the <head> section of your source code? Then it is probably fine.

    What do you see in when you do a site:yourwebsite.com search in Google?

    You can also see your page titles in Google Analytics, trying filtering something like Behavior > All Pages, and then use a Secondary Dimension "Page Title"

    If all that checks out... you're probably fine. Don't worry about all those SEO testing tools... a lot of them are broken, outdated, and/or bullshit.
     
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