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Promoting Pages on Google Title Tags lloyd msg:141082 4:07 pm on Sep 2, 2002 (gmt 0) Say I have 50 pages on my web site.
Of those 50 pages all are on Google.
But I only actively promote 20, with Title tags, links, good content text etc.
My question is, of the remaining 30 pages the Title tags have no title - therefore Google will display 'No title' in the results.
Is it worth my time and effort to put a keyword term in the title - that reflects the page. I am not going to the effort of ensuring that the text is totally maximized for promotion.
Will this in anyway boost the current rankings that these pages already have.
I am not interested in links etc. Will Google give any extra weight to the title tag have keywords in it.
georged msg:141083 4:11 pm on Sep 2, 2002 (gmt 0)
Yes, it's definitely worth it, and worth it again to optimise all your pages. But the titles will indisputably help - make them reflect both the page and the wider focus of the whole site. zeus msg:141084 4:12 pm on Sep 2, 2002 (gmt 0)
Put those keywords in the Title now, that will boost your ranking and theme in the page will also get much better.
web_india msg:141085 4:37 pm on Sep 2, 2002 (gmt 0)
definitely worth the time - you should do it. Go60Guy msg:141086 4:47 pm on Sep 2, 2002 (gmt 0)
Good advice. While the concept of doorway pages is out of favor, in a sense, every page on your site is a doorway page. You want every page to be a potential entry into your site. Provide good navigation on every page, and it will magnify your site'e usability.
And title tags on every page are a must.