Google says it now uses 87 Tit vs. 87 Tit Time

I’ve been asking Google for a month how big the title change was – where did it come from and where? Well, Google told us that it uses HTML title tags 80% of the time, but it didn’t tell us what the number was. Now Google has changed it to use 87. Time. What happened a month before the change, I’m not sure. But Google has changed it from 80 to 87 in the last two weeks, which we noted.

Google said this morning that “title elements are now used about 80 percent of the time, instead of 87 percent.” Then Google explained why it made this seven-point change.

Google often sees half-empty titles, obsolete titles, incorrect titles, micro-boiler plate titles, and so on. Yes, we understand.

Google even offered instructions to encourage Google to use your HTML titles, Google said:

Our basic advice to site owners about topics is usually the same as on our help page on the topic. Focus on creating great HTML titles. These are the ones we use the most.

Also, to understand the examples given in this post, consider whether your patterns could be such as to distract our systems from your title elements. The changes we’ve made are largely designed to help address issues that creators may not have guessed from. Making changes can help ensure that your title element is reused. This is indeed our priority.

Finally, Google says it’s still improving, something we’ve already seen.

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