This will seem ridiculous to many people, but some may write TITLE of less than 10 characters.
But there are many optimizers out there who laugh at this and make many other mistakes in their metadata compilation. Mistakes in filling in meta tags can nullify all the work. A well-filled TITLE has a significant chance to significantly increase page traffic. We rarely find TITLE of less than 10 characters and more than 70 in search results. And this is natural, since pages with such titles do not even get into the TOP-100. To correctly compose the TITLE meta tag, it is necessary to analyze, carefully work with the semantic core and analyze it, understand the difference between a robot and a human, and in general, be aware of your actions.
You cannot create this attribute without having a collected semantic core, use useless adjectives and stop words (or, and, to, not, before, etc.). It makes no sense to enter the brand name as the beginning of TITLE and prescribe the entire list of high-frequency queries. There is no need to list all major cities, use uppercase characters, or do everything according to the pattern. To have an idea of how the page titles of the optimized website should look like, you need to look through more than a dozen of competitors' results for the requests you need. Study in detail the core semantics and the frequency of requests. Do not forget that TITLE cannot be less than 10 characters, use all available space. Use regional queries. Put your brand at the end of your title. Balance with the number of keywords. All the tips summarized above will help you create a high-quality, effective title. But be aware that this requires practice and only after trying to create TITLE a few hundred times you will get a high-quality title.
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