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Our free seo analysis tool analyses the title tag on your web pages which can be vital in terms of SEO. Follow these SEO suggestions when your creating SEO compliant title tags on your website.

Test tag/type Error Recommendation Team to Fix
Title tag <title> </title> tag  does not exist in the <head> </head> of the source code Add <TITLE> tag. eg: <TITLE>TITLE GOES HERE</TITLE>. Search engine crawlers use the <TITLE> tag as a major component for determining the page's relevancy to given keyword(s). Word order matters: place relevant top keywords to the front of the <TITLE> tag, followed by your branding and then category or department if relevant. Format: keyword rich, descriptive text. Technical (on-page)
Title tag character length goes beyond the recommended 65 characters Change the <TITLE> length to be between 5 and 65 characters. Most search engines will truncate the page <title> </title> after a fixed number of characters, including spaces. Goal: Have your <title> </title> tag unique, descriptive and accurate and within  65 characters long. The <title> </title>  tag is your first opportunity to elicit a response from the end user, referred to as "Call to Action!". Important: when your page is returned for a query, you have to compete with the 9 other returning results in the SERPs, and you want to ensure you provide a descriptive, relevant TITLE that directs a visitor to select your link over your competitor's.  Recommend:  Ensure that the top search terms for a given page are within the first 65 characters of the TITLE tag. It is imperative that the  <title> </title> tag include keywords that reflect the contents of the page and should still read well for the human eye. Editorial
Title tag character length is under the recommended minimum of 5 characters Change the <TITLE> length to be between 5 and 65 characters. Most search engines will truncate the page <title> </title> after a fixed number of characters, including spaces. Goal: Have your <title> </title> tag unique, descriptive and accurate and within  65 characters long. The <title> </title>  tag is your first opportunity to elicit a response from the end user, referred to as "Call to Action!". Important: when your page is returned for a query, you have to compete with the 9 other returning results in the SERPs, and you want to ensure you provide a descriptive, relevant TITLE that directs a visitor to select your link over your competitor's.  Recommend:  Ensure that the top search terms for a given page are within the first 65 characters of the TITLE tag. It is imperative that the  <title> </title> tag include keywords that reflect the contents of the page and should still read well for the human eye. Editorial
Title tag Target keyword is not found witin the <title> tag Include your target keyword at the <title> </title> tag. Ensure that the top search terms (target keywords) for a given page are used within the first 65 characters of the TITLE tag. It is imperative that the  <title> </title> tag include keywords that reflect the contents of the page and should still read well for the human eye. Editorial
Title tag multiple title tags found in source code Remove extra <TITLE> tags - One <TITLE> per page. Search engine crawlers utilize the <TITLE> tag as the first variable in assessing the relevance of a given web page to a keyword phrase. When multiple <TITLE> tags are present, the page may be deemed spam -- a junk page with no useful information in the copy and therefore not worth assigning crawler resources to index the page. In addition, multiple tags remove control over what text will be displayed in the SERPs as the crawler may download both tags and select which to return for a given query.  Recommend:  remove extraneous page <TITLE>. Technical (on-page)
Title tag no content found witin the <title></title> tag Write descriptive, actionable copy for the <title> </title> tag. Ensure that the top search terms for a given page are within the first 65 characters of the TITLE tag. It is imperative that the  <title> </title> tag include keywords that reflect the contents of the page and should still read well for the human eye. Editorial
Title tag special characters  found in the copy of the <title> </title> tag Ensure that the <TITLE> does not contain any of the following special characters:  <  > { } [ ] ( ). Certain special characters in the TITLE tag are not properly captured by search engines, which may lead to improper parsing and poor relevancy scores. Editorial
Title tag title begins with branding Target descriptive, representative keyword rich copy prior to the brand of the site. Words earlier in the title are weighted higher than words that appear near the end of a sentence.  A page's relevancy is calculated by the use of important keywords that describe the contents of the page.  For example, a page on dating should use a keyword related to dating at the beginning of the TITLE tag instead of "your brand" since "your brand" might not describe the contents of the page, unless your brand includes your target keywords. Recommend:  place what the targeted search term for a particular URL to the front of the TITLE rather than branding terms, as they might not be in direct relationship with the keyword for a given page. Editorial
Title tag title repeated across multiple URLs The page title is  to be unique per individual  web page,  descriptive and representative to the copy on page.. Search engines use the  page title to determine page relevancy.  When multiple pages utilize the same title, search engines have a more difficult time differentiating those pages, leading to poorer relevancy scores for those pages.  All pages should have a unique page title with goal keywords placed in priority position, nearing the front of the title. Editorial
Title tag in navigational links The internal links on your page doesn't have title tag. Your navigation links should have title attributes that match the titles of your pages. This looks like <a title=”name of page” href=”link”>.. On each link where the link text itself might not be sufficient for the reader to decide whether to click the link, add a title attribute. For a link to a book, Dive Into Python, on your navigation bar a link should be as following: <a title="Free Python book for experienced programmers" href="http://diveintopython.org/">Dive Into Python</a> Technical (on-page)

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