Unique Titles for Each Web Page

Nov 4, 2004 - 8:36 am 0 by

Basic but necessary thread on the importance of unique title for every page within your Web site. Marcia says;

Each page should have a unique title - one that will attract clicks.

A title consisting of keywords separated by commas may not be the most appealing to surfers - it's the title that appears as the clickable link in the SERPs. So make it about 8-9 words or less, including the main keyword phrase for the page and also a word or two that's a variation or additional modifier, to target a little wider variety of phrases.

Mikkel adds;

Yes, every page should have a unique title but you can certainly reuse parts of it. However, you should remember, that in any case it is not likely that you will rank for more than a few keywords on each page - the keywords that are most prominent on the page and in linking to the page. So keep it short at simple.

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