joined:May 14, 2006
For 10+ years Google has been showing the correct name for my business at the end of the title tags in the serps. It's unique and it is an officially registered trademark in the United States. My .com domain name is the same as my trademark. Regular visitors know my website under that name.
It's one word, for instance "widgetmaker". About a month ago Google decided that they know better! They split it in two words and instead of "widgetmaker" they are now showing "widget maker" at the end of the title tag for each result for my website in the serps.
Is there anyone experiencing the same?
I'm getting sick and tired of Google's arrogance the last few years. Not only did they destroy half of my business with the crappy serps and their love for scrapers and Pinterest. Now it looks like they want to "improve" the internet by destroying my trademark.