Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Kamoro, Jun 17, 2011.
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Title Should Be short and precise.
Title for your website <title>Baseball shoes California, Sports Shoes California </title>
If you want to see a good title and description see orkutjunks category page of birthday scraps
Very funny googlemonster... Reason why i'm asking is because i use web auditor and i thought if someone have some experience on what web auditor consider as a good title, how many words in the title etc.
Thanks for your suggestion aupneet
Web auditor means precisely dick. Title is one of the most important ways to tell Google what your page is about, but you don't need to stuff it with terms to do so. Get your keyphrase in near the front of the title, then make the rest attractive to a user. If 2 pages have the keyphrase at the front then Google already knows what those sites are about and honestly clickthrough will matter more than whatever you put in the rest of the title. Just look at the competition, 90% of the time the ones with attractive titles are near the top and spam titles are a few pages back.
A Title can be called as Perfect when it will describe the content in its Best way.From the Title the visitor can know about the topic.Its just like the key word for your site.The key words represent your site.Similarly the Title represent the content.It will help you to improve the PR of the site.
The best title in terms of SEO is the one that have the best keyword density so if you want to rank for keyword "Super affiliate" then the title "Super affiliate" is better then "Check out this super affiliate"
The best title in terms of marketing is the one with the best CTR , you can have a good title and get 50% of the traffic ranking number 5 or a bad one that gets 20% of the traffic on the first pos.
SOOOO , the best title is a combination between this two. Good for SEO and attractive to click on it.
If you want to keep your whole title in SERP, create a title which is thematic and short as well. Now the question arises does title effect ranking of algorithm? It is fact that google does not like long titles and cut off long titles in the serp after a certain number of character. so use relevant one.
to me, put <title> sale off laptop, i pad is soft price</title>
<meta='keyword'>sale off laptop, promotion laptop, i pad lower price</meta>
keyword should have contain of title, relevant, and content is the same vs tille, notice vs limit character of SE, google is longer yahoo and bing.
Separate names with a comma.