Title (Page Title)
Search engines like web pages to contain a title. The title that is being talked about here is the one that is presented as default when a surfer wants to save a web page.
It is also the one that is likely to be used by search engines to denote a result in their result list.
For standard web page editors, it is most often found in the page properties on the right mouse key when the mouse is not on top of an inserted component.
Some web page makers have a specific place for this field at the top of a page. That means that it is visible in a predefined position when a new page or blog is to be made.
If the length of this title is not somewhere between 32 and 60 characters, some SEO checker programs will signal an error. The available field length provided for this title is more than search engines will show in their search results. If you want some advice, just make the length of this title less than or about 32 characters.
In reality, a page title should be what you want it to be.
This title seems to be the one that can get you found easily on certain search engines.
The problem that you the web page maker has is to write some thing in the title data field that surfers may also write when they are looking for something, but it should not be the same as all other website owners have also written.
At the top of this page you see the text that is defined to be the page title or <h> heading. It is the visible version that is likely to appear in search engine result lists as the very short description under the main title.
If you do not have an heading that is marked as such with the <h1> tag in your web page, search engine optimization (SEO) tools will show you an <h1> </h1> error.
More than one <h1> in a web page will also cause SEO tools to show an error.
The other heading types can be used more than once, because in reality they are subtitles of the main <h1> heading. <h1> Text Length: 32 to 70 characters.
If the page description text field is available in your web page maker, you can place almost the same text in it as the <h1> text that you will usually place at or near the top of a web page.
One test that you can make is to write a specific unique text in the Page Description text field of your main page and then, after the page has propagated, see if you get search engine results from it. You can do the same for the <h1> heading.
Up to this point in time, no definition of a landing page has been found in web page maker descriptions.
Companies that attach ads to web page publications talk about landing pages.
By making Page Title, <h> Heading and Page Description almost the same, but at the same time slightly different, search engines can use those 3 statements to quickly check that a given web page is unique.
At the same time, together with the keywords, they can also get a software idea of the page content and try and get a close match to what they think a surfer may be looking for.
SEO tools do not seem to check, if <h> Heading and Page Description are exactly the same. That is probably, because they will only use one or the other.
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Using Title, Heading and Page Description to improve Search Engine page ranking