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I generated new SEO Title in search engines it has not changed (5 posts)

  1. Jennifergrant1965
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I generated a new SEO title in the edit pages section and hit the update button. I have given it a couple of weeks but when you search my company via search engines the Title still remains as it was. Her is what I have generated

    Lesbian Holidays | Holidays for Lesbians & LGBT | Gay Events |
    http://www.divadestinations.co.uk/about-diva-destinations/
    Diva Destinations specialise in lesbian holidays & holidays fo the LGBT community, gay & lesbian honeymoons, gay holidays, gay events & gay destinations

    THIS IS WHAT SHOWS IN SEARCH ENGINES.

    Diva Destinations
    For great tailor made Lesbian Holidays, gay holidays & holidays for the LGBT
    community and that perfect gay & lesbian Honeymoon contact Diva Destinations.
    http://www.divadestinations.co.uk/ - 52k - Similar pages

    Do I need to do anything else?

  2. In the source code, I can see your description. Your title is slightly different. I'm seeing this -> Lesbian holidays, Gay, Events, Resorts | Diva Destinations

    The only thing that I can think of is that 2 weeks is not enough. There are billion of pages on the Internet, so serps may need a while to crawl through. I think that there's a way to request them to crawl your site using Google webmasters, but I'm not 100% confident about this.

  3. Jennifergrant1965
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    What happened is I have changed it since then so Google probably hasn't picked up the newly generated SEO which is this.

    Lesbian holidays | Gay Resorts | Gay Events | Diva Destinations

    But just checked today and it has changed to what you see so that's good but if I type in lesbian holidays it still doesn't pick up Diva Destinations whereas if you type in Lesbian Holidays Diva Destinations it picks it up. Do I need to be patient whilst google starts to recognise Diva Destinations with the newly generated SEO or should I do something else. Also does it matter if I have the lines or comma's splitting the SEO words? Many thanks for your help

  4. Gabe Young
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    As you stated, I agree you should be patient with this. Two weeks really isn't a long time since updates can vary greatly.

    However, if you are really itching to learn more about Google's process or try to do something more, you could look at Google's webmaster crawling FAQs.

  5. sitespeed
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    You can use Google Webmaster Tools to manage these issues.

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