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Adjusting Blogger Title Tags To Improve SEO

Adjusting Blogger Title Tags To Improve SEO

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Just when you thought you’ve done everything you can to improve your site’s SEO, someone like Ryan Le of BlogTipsWorld would suddenly come up with this nice little Blogger tip that’s surprisingly simple. The trick simply involves doing a little bit of HTML editing, specifically on your <title> tag.

The simple steps are as follows:

  • Starting from your Blogger dashboard, go to Template.
  • Click on Edit HTML then Proceed.
  • Using Ctrl+F search for this line of code:
<title><data:blog.pageTitle/></title>

Replace it with this:

<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == &ampquot;item&ampquot;'>
<title><data:blog.pageName/> |
<data:blog.title/></title>
<b:else/>
<title><data:blog.pageTitle/></title>
</b:if>
  • Save your template and you’re done!

You won’t feel the effect immediately and it’s not that staggering anyways but nonetheless it does AND IT WILL help your site’s SEO in the long run.

 

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  1. teckop says:

    May i know why you have used amp in the code…if we cannot use also no problems!!!

  2. Ranjit says:

    thanks for sharing this tricks……….

  3. Usama says:

    very awsome and simple trick…!!

  4. hi says:

    hi why it doesnt work

  5. Shqip says:

    hi why it doesnt work it says Error parsing XML, line 49, column 44: The entity “ampquot” was referenced, but not declared.

  6. Guyz use below code, this code works without any error


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  7. very awesome and simple trick for Meta Tag Improvment…Thanks……

  8. Rahul Verma says:

    Its simple and very easy trick.. Thanks

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