Is my title SPAM for search engines?

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ablaye

Is my title SPAM for search engines?

Post by ablaye »

Hi,

I would like to know if Google, Yahoo or MSN would consider the title of my website as spam.
My title goes like "Contract Job Marketplace for Webmasters, Freelancers, Programmers, Translators, Custom Web Designers and more..."
Am I using too many commas???

Please help...

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Post by peterko »

Hi ablaye,

It does't matter how many commas you use. What matters is the number of the words and the total number of characters you use in your title, description and keyword meta tags. Go to http://www.submitexpress.com/analyzer/ and see what's going on with your site.

I would suggest you to work on your site keywords density optimization.

What I noticed is:
1. Page DESCRIPTION Tag is out of sequence - should be after TITLE Tag and before KEYWORDS META Tags
2. META Description is MISSING a word that is in the TITLE
3. Relevancy of your site content to the title, description and keywords is poor.

I would say, optimization is your key.
Of cause, don't forget about good quality link exchange, posting your links into different relevant directories, forums, etc. Hope it will help :D

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Post by TravelandHoliday »

useful info...thanks!

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Post by ramgay »

Regarding title tag - it will vary from SE to SE. Google has some limitations in number of characters it will take when it delivers the results.

What my suggestion is

* The title should be readable and informative to your site visitors

* Dont push all the keywords in to your home page

* Concentrate on one or two keywords for your main site( This should be your site's main theme words).

* Maintain quality content with the natural flow of keywords of what you have selected.

* make seperate pages for other keywords.

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Post by mrandrei »

Your title tag has too many characters. You better reduce it.

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Post by rayter »

I suggest you cut your title tags off at 65 characters rule. :)

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Post by dylan55 »

:P Your title is very long. I think its easy to crawl by search engine the shorter titles.

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Post by Jectillplum »

I think your title are not consider as Spam in Google, MSN and Yahoo. Yes it's true to Google consider the 65 Character in Title tag. But If your title was longer then the 65 character The Google and other Search Engine will not Penalized your site.

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Re: Is my title SPAM for search engines?

Post by therence »

ablaye wrote:Hi,

I would like to know if Google, Yahoo or MSN would consider the title of my website as spam.
My title goes like "Contract Job Marketplace for Webmasters, Freelancers, Programmers, Translators, Custom Web Designers and more..."
Am I using too many commas???

Please help...
Actually, Google did not consider it as spam, hence it doesn't crawled. Commas have no used when it comes to on-page. So, its better to remove it. In addition to that, make your title short and use appropriate keywords on it.
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Post by atyam »

I think it is not a spam with your name
http://www.fkrny.com

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Post by foodsnark »

Thank for a information.

But becareful google ban. <<>> spam

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Post by Roger_Silvester »

Hi there,

I dont see any problems with your Website Title, infact its better to have keywords in the title. Having too many commas is not considered as spam. But keyword stuffing could be considered as spam.

But in your case it is completely fine.

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Post by cybernac »

Remember that every word in your title MUST appear somewhere on your page!

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Post by cybernac »

I just thought of something else...if you go to domaintools.com you can check out your SEO score. Very interesting since it will point out exact things about your metas that should be changed.

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Post by atyam »

it is not spam dear why you say that

http://www.fkrny.com/vb

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