Title Help!

  • 1
  • Question
  • Updated 9 years ago
  • Answered
If you change the name of your site... can you also change the title at the top of your site on every page without having to do each page manually?
Photo of Donald

Donald

  • 2991 Posts
  • 37 Reply Likes

Posted 9 years ago

  • 1
Photo of Grace

Grace

  • 76 Posts
  • 2 Reply Likes
If you mean adding a new page then yes, though you have to make sure you renamed your site in the site manager. For example, If you add a new page, and you already changed your site, in the header column, the new site name will automatically be added.

But, if you mean changing the header of current pages, then you have to that manually.
Photo of Peter

Peter

  • 2569 Posts
  • 113 Reply Likes
Hi Donald,

Can you indicate exactly which titles you mean. They have graded significance for Google rankings:

Photo of Donald

Donald

  • 2991 Posts
  • 37 Reply Likes
The title within the banner... for existing pages.
Photo of Peter

Peter

  • 2569 Posts
  • 113 Reply Likes
That's the page heading. That's changed manually . It has a low ranking potential compared to Window title, description and keywords. The order of priority wrt ranking is pretty well the order on the "Page Properties".

It's probably a good navigational visual guide above all. Not so important from a Google viewpoint.

Your window title is very important and two pages should not have the same window title. You can actually be demerited for having the same window title on pages.
Photo of Donald

Donald

  • 2991 Posts
  • 37 Reply Likes
Yes, I'm aware of that... I was just asking for site creation (not specifically google ranking)