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Silly Marketer, Title Tags Are for Robots!


Home Forums On Site Optimization Silly Marketer, Title Tags Are for Robots!

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  • #18307

    http://moz.com/blog/silly-marketer-title-tags-are-for-robots

    The article suggests that we should optimize differently for SEO and social media sharing. We shouldn’t just apply the default for Open Graph, rather, we should take the time to tweak the tags for maximum virality…

    How do you craft your Title tags for Open Graph? And what other strategies do you implement to make sure that your blog post turns heads in social media?

    #18538

    Vince Salud
    Member

    I agree with Jen. People tend to forget that there is still a delineation between search engines and social media wherein the latter is still the more interactive platform online for people. If I get the time to try out the social media tags, I’ll let you know Pithree. Thanks 🙂

    #18619

    Harry Uy
    Member

    Just read the post along with the comments of some readers.
    Scheduled posts with 10 different titles to test out how the market responds to each title?

    Pure genius or pure hassle?

    #18675

    Vince Salud
    Member

    I guess a bit of both Harry hehe

    #18686

    I’m guilty of using the same tag for Search Engine and Social Media. I guess that’s something I need to change but I wouldn’t go too far in testing 10 different titles. Hehe.

    #18696

    Pam Sallegue
    Member

    I am guilty with this as well, perhaps because the idea of coming up with a title is already crucial, although I will definitely try this to check if it’s really effective. 🙂

    #19076

    Gotta do combinations! I am not a robot either! 🙂

    #19134

    Pam Sallegue
    Member

    I still think that title should be optimize both for people and robot – Google is different now, they keep updating algorithm in a way that it will think and process data like people do. It’s good to try different tags for social media and seo/robot, but at some point it’s also good and safe to just use the same tag. Just saying!

    #19421

    Vince Salud
    Member

    Good eye Pam. Yes I’ve also observed that as well in that Google doesn’t differentiate between a title tag optimized for people and one optimized for robots.

    I guess the best way would be to have an actual experiment then. Anyone willing to try? lol

    #37541

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