TheMadScientist - 9:03 am on Feb 19, 2011 (gmt 0)
nomesswithme ... lmao
If there were such a thing as abbr title stuffing, you've done it.
I do my best! lol
Actually, as far as the abbreviations go, that's an 'automatic thing' for me ... If I use an abbreviation I put abbr tags around it, where ever it is, mainly because imo it's proper markup.
Been doing it for years actually and hadn't really thought about it being an issue at all, because I figured if I could spell whatever I'm abbreviating out on the page, then there should be no issue with indicating it's an abbreviation when the abbreviation is used on the page.
I'm not doing it at all to try and stuff I just think it's proper markup.
I would think stuffing would be 'TwoWord Phrase Keyword Keyword Keyword TwoWord Phrase YouGetThePoint', but not indicating an abbreviation is an abbreviation? I could be mistaken though.
Yep, you're absolutely right. The coolness factor is completely blown, and your title's conversion message, implicit in the brand name, is buried when the title blends in with the rest of the titles returned.
Glad you're seeing what I'm talking about, because IMO as a 'stand alone title' it's totally cool and tells the whole story, but when they fuzz it up it just doesn't look at all cool any more, in fact I probably wouldn't click on the title they gave it either, even though the site is exactly the right answer for the query, and in fact, afaik it's the only correct answer for the query.