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SEO Tip: Make sure every single page (URL) of your website has a Page Title or Title Tag on the backend.

Even if you use a CMS like Squarespace that auto-generates them make sure you write them in yourself to ensure best practice.

✅ Keep it under 60 characters
✅ Format: Page Description or Keyword | Company Name
✅ Make sure they are all unique. No duplicates!
✅ Don’t stuff keywords!

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What’s up guys Seb coming at you here from Santa Monica. Want to give you a quick, uh, short digital tip today on SEO. Um, that is on page titles. Every single URL on your website should have a page title written in the backend, which is one of the most basic things that beats Google spiders, what your website is about, what that specific URL or page is about. So it’s pretty simple. You got to keep it under 60 characters for it to be optimized, and it needs to be very straight to the point about what your webpage is to give you an example with one of our clients live nation special events. If it’s, you know, the, uh, let’s say about us page, it’s just going to say about us vertical bar, live nation special events. So it’s description bar, brand or company name. So let’s say there’s a blog page for them. And it’s about, uh, 2019, uh, event planners, uh, checklist. It’s going to say 2019 event planners, checklist bar, live nation, special events. That’s it for today. See you next time.

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