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Omar Faruk
Jun 27, 2022
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The dash helps separate the Real Estate Photo Editing entity ( men's T-shirt ) from its description ( blue ). Blue is an attribute of T-shirts. You can convey this relationship by separating the two words and phrases with a dash. "DEF Men's T-shirt-Blue" There is no suggestion that the dashes help Google understand that "blue" represents an entity. However, it can help convey the relationship between the phrase T-shirt and the word blue. Google probably already Real Estate Photo Editing understands this relationship because it uses a natural language processing (NLP) algorithm. But websites are designed for humans. Therefore, web page elements, even title tags, must Real Estate Photo Editing be created using how humans react to them. Pipes can be visually helpful in separating action-inducing phrases (Shop ABC Products) from entities (Acme Inc). It depends on what separates the IMO. Used by different entities | Using attributes – Buy ABC Products | Acme Inc vs DEF Men's T-shirts – Blue — Keith M. August 20, 2020 Do something that looks good Real Estate Photo Editing There was a third group of people who suggested doing whatever looked best. This is the third way to think about the role of pipes and dashes in communicating information to potential site visitors. Search marketing expert Stephanie Real Estate Photo Editing Woods said: advertisement Continue reading below I like dashes. We also prefer not to use the brand name on all pages, as it is not necessary (except for the home page, contact page, and company profile page). So sometimes it's none of the above. Whatever reads the best IMO. — Stephanie Woods August 19, 2020 Dan Leibson agreed that aesthetics is an important consideration. I think | more aesthetically pleasi Dan Liveson August 19, 2020 Others agreed with Stephanie: In addition to storing pixels, it's also a more attractive visual, IMO. NewmediaMike August 20, 2020 User-centered Real Estate Photo Editing SEO decisions No one suggested that there would be a difference in ranking between using pipes and dashes. It was never a consideration. The discussion emphasized that there are user-centric considerations related to how users see and understand even the smallest elements on a web page. I know someone who is narrowing down a small percentage of extra conversions by manipulating big and small details to appeal to site visitors. advertisement Continue reading below For example, her landing page detects if a site visitor is using an iPhone or Android device. iPhone visitors will see the "iPhone Compatible" icon. Android users will see the "Android Friendly" icon. A / B testing showed that the campaign improved conversions by a small but measurable amount. The details of the title tag, even aesthetic elements, can have a positive impact. Communicating information efficiently, even from Real Estate Photo Editing title tags, can be attractive but useful. Follow Twitter's discussion here: Must use | or – in the title tag?
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