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Post title and blog title both are very important for search engine optimization, but you must know how to use and customize them. Because they appear in search results and more importantly appear as a clickable link.

Post titles and blog title plays a very important vital role for better ranking in search results and search engine optimization. This is the first thing which is checked by visitors to either they should click on this link or not. That means your traffic depends on this thing. Keyword rich titles can bring you more traffic and increase your blog page views.

Google shows only first 66 characters of the title in search results.If you’re using blogger for your blog then you may notice search engines by default show your Blog Title first instead of Post Title. This reduces the SEO benefits because our post titles which have the main keywords got chopped because of the characters limit in search results. Certainly this will affect the flow of visitors to your site. Because when someone is searching for a topic he would like to click on that particular topic which matches his search words and/or interest him/her the most and not your blog title, because most of them may not be knowing it. But if your blog title appears first then the visitors may skip your site! So, to take the proper benefits we have to optimize our blog so that post titles shows before blog title in search results.That’s why we should use them effectively.

So, to take the proper benefits we have to optimize our blog so that post titles shows before blog title in search results.

If you want your post title to appear before your blog name on Google’s search results page, then the process is very simple and almost anyone can do it, even newbie blogger users.

How To Show Blog Title After Post Title.

Just follow the steps below:

  1. Go to your Blogger dashboard
  2. Click on Template
  3. Click on Edit HTML and then on Proceed.
  4. Click to put a check in the Expand Widget Template box.
  5. By using Ctrl+F, search for the following code in your template’s code.
      6.replace it with the following code below.

                      <b:if cond=’data:blog.pageType == &quot;item&quot;’>

                      <title><data:blog.pageName/> | <data:blog.title/></title>
       7.Now save your template.

Farhan khursheed

Farhan Khursheed is a passionate blogger from Karachi, Pakistan. He loves to write about SEO, Internet tips, and tricks, and earn online. He also loves programming.

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