Here are some recommendations for constructing your title tag. These are principles rather than hard rules. Achieving all of them at the same time will generally be impossible, so juggle them to get the best overall result for you.
- Every page must have a title tag and each page’s title tag should be different. There should, nonetheless, be consistency across the pages in how the title tags have been constructed.
- The length of each title tag should generally not exceed 85 characters (including spaces) and should never exceed 120 characters.
- The title should be written in such a way that it gracefully truncates at both 66 characters exactly and 75 characters exactly (including spaces). By gracefully, I mean complete words in a phrase that scans well and uses proper grammar.
- The title tag should ideally begin with the name of your business or site and, where possible, should be written in the form of a “breadcrumb trail” that leads users down through the levels of your site.
- Where possible, the title tag should incorporate a short call to action (in a verb–noun construct), or at the very least a provocative statement that encourages the user to click on the link.
- The keywords used in the title tag should all be repeated in the URL, the meta-keyword tag, heading tags, and page body text. Synonyms of keywords in the title tag should also appear in the page body text.
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