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    My title not good in SERP's

    Folks,

    i want to remove the the blog name and blog archive part from appearing in SERP titles.i only want the post title. how to remove that?


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    Here goes my explanation, ready?

    Google, has created new tools that allow webmasters to remove content from the SERPs.

    The following provides an overview of what these tools can do.

    The tool can be used by webmasters to delete pages and images. It can also be used to complement the robot exclusion protocol. Therefore, when some escape from the robots.txt file and the target value content, you just have to enter the page of Google's webmaster tools and choose Dashboard. It is important to clarify that the user must be a member to gain access to the option.

    When entering the plant of webmasters, the interface display six links, in this case, focus on webmasters tools (together with the map of the site), yet others are very useful links.

    The webmasters tool to assess the site map, check how often Googlebot crawls the page and when the demand also has experienced errors during the process of creep of the site. Finally, it also allows the diagnostics and checks within the site.

    It is necessary to have a Gmail account to access all these tools, but this is not a big problem because there must be few people who work with Google and do not have a Gmail account.

    Once you enter the Dashboard, you must enter the URL of the website. Also, this is the place where they are reported incidences of spammers and demand the reinstatement in the event that has been removed from Google's index.
    The auto detection feature of Google identify the IP of the site. Then, provide a form asking what type of information to be added to the site URL, along with the option of verification through the integration of a particular HTML file from the Webmaster Central or through the implementation of a target value content on the page Main site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by afridy View Post
    Folks,

    i want to remove the the blog name and blog archive part from appearing in SERP titles.i only want the post title. how to remove that?

    You can set up the structure of the title that will appear through the All in SEO plugin.

    Do you have such plugin in your WordPress blog?

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    SitePoint Guru afridy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by hullabaloo_bard View Post
    You can set up the structure of the title that will appear through the All in SEO plugin.

    Do you have such plugin in your WordPress blog?
    it seems no

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    SitePoint Guru afridy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Smithfield View Post
    Here goes my explanation, ready?

    Google, has created new tools that allow webmasters to remove content from the SERPs.

    The following provides an overview of what these tools can do.

    The tool can be used by webmasters to delete pages and images. It can also be used to complement the robot exclusion protocol. Therefore, when some escape from the robots.txt file and the target value content, you just have to enter the page of Google's webmaster tools and choose Dashboard. It is important to clarify that the user must be a member to gain access to the option.

    When entering the plant of webmasters, the interface display six links, in this case, focus on webmasters tools (together with the map of the site), yet others are very useful links.

    The webmasters tool to assess the site map, check how often Googlebot crawls the page and when the demand also has experienced errors during the process of creep of the site. Finally, it also allows the diagnostics and checks within the site.

    It is necessary to have a Gmail account to access all these tools, but this is not a big problem because there must be few people who work with Google and do not have a Gmail account.

    Once you enter the Dashboard, you must enter the URL of the website. Also, this is the place where they are reported incidences of spammers and demand the reinstatement in the event that has been removed from Google's index.
    The auto detection feature of Google identify the IP of the site. Then, provide a form asking what type of information to be added to the site URL, along with the option of verification through the integration of a particular HTML file from the Webmaster Central or through the implementation of a target value content on the page Main site.
    you never mentioned the tool's name it seems

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    Follow the Google webmaster guideline

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    use wordpress engine anyway..

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    thanks for info mike.


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