Replacing Meta Title

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  1. nashir

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    In my targeted keyword, I have 1st position but my title not fit with my services. So I change My title. Can anyone suggest me how I keep my 1st position with replacing/new Title.
     
  2. BAFHarvest

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    think the way how computer users would try to search for the keyword they want. think like a newbie:) i guess that would be effective, and make it more specific.
     
  3. Fergal

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    Does your "targeted keyword" describe your services? If it doesn't you might want to consider targeting a different keyword. Ranking highly for a keyword that doesn't describe your services will probably not be very helpful to you, because people who find your site by looking for something that you don't sell are unlikely to buy from you.
     
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    Actually there will also be a problem with SEO if content (and it's meta) are different with the meta description you serve to crawlers/spider from SEs.
     
  5. eastvantage

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    I love your comment. It's brief and concise. Well yeah, thinking like a newbie or putting yourself as your target is the most effective way to put back your keyword in number 1 position.
     
  6. StarkSEM

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    Title tags in the grand scheme of things don't determine if you rank or not. Change it for another keyword, keep your current marketing campaign for your #1 Ranked keyword as well.
     
  7. Mark T

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    Well, take note of how do you want users to see your title and have their impression on it when they sees it. Also take note about keyword stuffing - make it interesting for users to click as much as possible. Adding a call to action in your description may also help you get the audience you need.
     
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    well, thank you ! i am overwhelmed with those words. :) We all come from being a newbie who searches different keywords, so the idea would be there. ;)
     
  9. printingray

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    This is good, but keep in mind if the Meta title is good from the previous one then you'll got benefit of is otherwise ranking will be decreases.
     
  10. smartkathy

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    Hi there. You can write your keyword like this format:

    Primary Keyword Secondary keyword | Domain Name

    Or keep domain name first side.

    Thanks
     

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