Ok so we all (should) know how important page titles (or meta titles) and meta descriptions are. Page titles help you rank for keywords and meta descriptions really help increase your CTR (clickthrough rate) from search engines. Page titles also being your search result title (most of the time) also greatly helps CTR so you wanna get the title and meta description length right, right?
Posts Tagged: Page Titles
Here you will find blog posts specifically about page titles (or meta titles). These remain a key feature in a pages ability to rank and assisting clicktrhough rate from SERP’s. The following posts contains tips, guidance on insight which will help you create better page titles and improve your organic traffic.
I believe the ranking power of page titles (or meta titles) isnt as strong as it once was but boy are they still strong. Probably still the strongest on page ranking factor and massively helpful to help increase clickthrough rate (CTR) and therefore traffic.
If your site has a lot of pages and especially if its an ecommerce web site one of the really quick and legit gains you can make in the SERPS is by addressing the duplicate page titles you may have on your site.
Why are duplicate page titles bad?
Page titles still remain ‘the’ most important on-page element in helping to rank for specific phrases so having a whole bunch of page titles that are duplicate, and worse – not even representative of the page content/product is a really wasted opportunity. Unique and descriptive page titles should be one of your SEO priorities. Ensuring all your page titles are unique and represent the page content is a major step to maximising the number of pages on your site that can rank well for a wide variety of terms.