gouri - 7:55 pm on Jun 4, 2013 (gmt 0)
Thanks for the response.
It doesn't need to use all the keywords because Google does crawl the entire page.
That's true. I think that Google can analyze what a page is about by looking at the other areas of a page, in addition to the title tag.
In the example you created, you could use something like "Pictures before and after the surgery".
I think that this would be a good title tag to use. It indicates what is on the page. Even though Google can tell what a page is about if something is not indicated in the title tag, it is good to include it there.
If I used Pictures after the surgery as the title tag, do you think that this could have some sort of negative impact on the page and/or site?
What kind of benefit in the SERP do you think that you can see by using Pictures before and after the surgery as the title tag instead of Pictures after the surgery?
If there is more content than just the pictures, maybe even take the word "pictures" out of the title.
That's good advice. If I include more than pictures, I think that I will do this.