|Google changes your page title in search results|
|Written by David Harry|
|Thursday, 12 January 2012 06:11|
Today the folks over at Google announced some tweaks to how they handle TITLEs in; Better Page Titles in Search results.
Here's a snippet from the post;
This is something, for those that didn't know, that they have been doing for some time now. Before that we saw them doing pretty much the same thing for the snippet. They'd not always use the meta-description, they'd pick their own. So what's the change? Not really sure.
With a link to an updated Help Center Article on the topic.
This can actually be a handy thing for websites that have problematic content management systems which produce large numbers of duplicate title's and so on. While some SEOs might get pissed because they lose an element of control on the targeting, but I haven't seen it happen in a lot of cases where this would be a problem.
|Last Updated on Thursday, 12 January 2012 06:22|
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