The site is great. The page title is not.
Telling about who their gear is sold by doesn’t help them with search engines.
In this case, if someone searches “sold by All Volleyball”, they’ll see AllVolleyball.com not this website.
In other words, if it doesn’t do you any good, it shouldn’t be featured in the most important on-page SEO factor.
One other bad example is the title not relating to the page
We don’t have an image for this one because it’s pretty self explanatory.
Let’s use the Gruber Law site again. If we search “workmans compensation attorneys Milwaukee” we should land on a workman’s compensation page, right?
It wouldn’t make sense for Gruber Law to put that page title on a criminal defense page.
It’s important that the title you use features on the page. If this blog is titled “Which On-Page Element Carries the Most Weight for SEO?” and we start talking about slalom skiing, you’re going to wonder how you ended up here.
What does a good page title look like?
It’s not as difficult as you think.
Now that you know what’s bad, it’s actually pretty easy to do it right.
Here’s the basics though:
Keep is brief
Keep it specific
Keep it relevant
Let’s work through these in detail though, for the sake of transparency and all that.
Here’s the Source of this Content