Can changing the Title of the website give benefit or Can harm to our existing ranking...........
Odd question given your two sig links but the answer in reality is both.
If you currently rank for
blue plastic widgets
and change the title to
then you will lose rankings for the top term but then you can gain rankings for the term underneath which would drive probably more traffic.
I agree its an odd question with those types of signatures. SemAdvance is correct. Is the current title tags not performing or you just donít like the titles anymore?
Actually you guys get misuderstood i am saying that if we change the title of the page of our site i mean order of preference the title will be same but the order of keyword we change then can it affect my site rankings or i can do it ...
For Example if i have SEO as my 1 st keyword in title and SEM is 2nd
And then i do SEO 2nd and make other SEM 1st . So will it help to ranking the site as search engine will firstly see SEO.
So this thing i want to confirm.....
Seems a strange question to be asking when you have things like this on the web pages
'We manipulate the entire way search engines see and receive your site to award page rank and search engine rankings'.
Also Multiple postings of identicle threads are considered by this mod as a little bit 'naughty'
May be that is naughty act but let me answer it. Changing order does not make any change but nobody knows how many keywords search engines look for. May be Google looking first four and MSN looking first five. So if you have six keywords in your site and you shifting their order then unknowingly you are pulling them out of your favourite search engines crawl view. Probably then you will also loose good SERPs for previously ranking keywords. If you can afford to do that it's your choice.
To expand a bit on this, could reordering the terms affect phrase searches? I have played around with title tags on my site both to ensure the keyword would be there but also in an order that the searcher is likely to have used. Google highlights or bolds phrase matches, so this could potentially help the page stand out more, especially if you are not the number one page for the search term.
In other words, if I search for blue widgets, the first result title might be "widgets - blue", and the second result might be "we sell blue widgets" but because Google highlights the exact match, my eye will probably go to the number two result first.
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Title tags are one thing... what anchor text have you gone after in your link building strategy? I'd line those up
Also... it is always somewhat amusing to see (SEO Experts) asking questions that as an expert you should already know the answer to