I have been using the title tuner about once a week and every time I use it the same hubs appear with new suggested words. I keep adding the words onto the titles and was just wonder if they are possible getting too long. Anyone have any suggestions?
When search engines display your hub title, it will display up to 65 characters, including spacing. This was discussed in the forums on several occasions.
If you have more than 65 characters, including spacing in your title, then the display on the search engines when displaying your title to others...will run off on the rights side into a bunch of dots like.......
Searchers will not be able to read your entire title.
by Dean Walsh3 years ago
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by Anita Hasch12 days ago
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by Zenofsong5 years ago
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by Robert Lodge3 years ago
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by Janet218 years ago
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by Mary Hyatt5 years ago
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