Google Replaces A Site's URL In Search Results & Uses Its Site Name

Google Replaces A Site's URL In Search Results & Uses Its Site Name
Google announced they've begun replacing the URL within the search result snippet area with a site name and breadcrumb path. This only impacts the mobile search results but may roll out wider over time. Google said that starting today they have updated …
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SEO 101 Series: Page Title Tags and Meta Descriptions
Meta tags are pieces of code seen mostly by search engines, and are used by the search engines to determine what a specific page on your website is about. The content of meta tags is displayed in search engine results, but not on the web page itself …
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