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4 years 4 months ago #14037 by mikdave
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Hi,

Just wondered if anyone knows how to remove the -STORE_NAME from the Meta Page Title?

As our company name includes some of our main keywords and it is my understanding that it is good practice for top keywords to be at the beginning and not the end of the title tag we would to remove if at all possible. I cant seem to work out how to do this, does anyone know how I go about it?
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4 years 4 months ago #14074 by ccruz
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You should have this option under Store Branding when managing your store.

-Cris
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4 years 4 months ago #14109 by mikdave
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Thanks Cris

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1 week 23 hours ago #23159 by lukefranklin96
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can you help out with this again. I cant find the store designs option and can only assume the layout of the website builder has been changed since this was posted. I want to change the tag from Men's Apparel to something else. How do I do that? 

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5 days 15 hours ago #23162 by Sewsublime
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Hi

I would assume it gets it from the link in products called men's apparel,  above it has an edit button, you can change name here also there is meta tags this should change this

Cheers Daren

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5 days 7 hours ago #23164 by ccruz
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Google normally uses the page name (<title> tag) however in some cases they ignore the title tag; for example if it's too generic. If you look at the cached link (version google has stored) for your site, you will see your page title was "Home". Google saw this as too generic and instead used the text from your first heading tag on the page which was the link to your Men's Apparel category in your custom navigation dropdown menu.

I can see you've since changed your page title however changes in Google are not instant and you will need to wait for Google to re-index your page and pickup the change. You might be able to trigger this via the Google Webmaster tools, not sure though. Even your new page title could be improved on. Here's an article with some advice on writing good page titles:  https://moz.com/learn/seo/title-tag

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