Could the use of vertical bars please be explained in plain English and not all this tech talk?!
After my 11 month break in my first HubPages year Iv decided to fully learn and 'get stuck in' but im sometimes at a lose with all the technical wizards talking technical! Its been mentioned about the use of vertical bars in titles, why?
I think people do it so they can insert more keywords in without making the title look like a jumble.
Personally I think it often looks quite messy and I don't know of any way it could actually improve your title or traffic.
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