Why Not Google Show Your Exact website Title.

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  1. lifsizedolls

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    Why Not Google Show Your Exact website Title, Please suggest me what to do in this situation.
     
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    Google will use the Title you provide, or provide their own, depending on the relevance to the search term. Like ddoesmc said, we cannot give you exact advice unless we know what the search term is, and the Title of the page. To provide an example, if your Title contains the words "Nike shoes" and the search term is "men's athletic shoes", the relevance to the search is questionable. Your page Title should match the search terms as close as possible, and an exact match would be ideal.
     
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    It also depends on the SEO process you used.

    Some processes generate random titles based off the sitemap they create for your site.
     
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    In general, Title must be 60 -65 characters. If its exceeds then Google snippet is like .....
    Second thing is, If you didn't give any proper title for a particular webpage, then Google bot will automatically choose title according to the contents it crawls.
    So do ON page SEO correctly.
     
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