Support » Plugin: Yoast SEO » Google Auto Tittle Problem

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  • Go to Yoast-> Search Appearance -> Content Types edit it to what you want but also before publishing your post check and if needed correct the SEO title.

    johndos alltogether is okay. google add title – theroseze auto. I don’t write.If u want control my site.

    I have this problem too

    Simple page:

    My title: “Phụ kiện đồ chơi xe Mazda 3 – VIỆT THÁI .,JSC”

    In Google Search Result: “Phụ kiện đồ chơi xe Mazda 3 – VIỆT THÁI .,JSC – Ford Ranger”


    “Ford Ranger” is not my site tile, “VIỆT THÁI .,JSC” is my site tile.

    Help me!

    Moderator James Huff


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    Plugin Support Carl B


    We checked on your page and do see that the Yoast SEO plugin is outputting the title that you specified as the following:

    <title>DNCE Grubu Dağıldı Mı? - Roseze Magazine</title>

    Also see here.

    We also checked in a Google search and confirmed that the title is appearing in the results as you specified (see here).

    However, if this is not the title that you are seeing in a the Google results, this is not the result of the plugin not functioning as expected. Whereas Google typically uses the title from the metadata for indexing, this is not always the case. Google will sometimes modify the title of the URL as it sees fit, as well as sometimes adding the brand or sitename to the end of your title. This is not due to the plugin not functioning as expected, but rather is due to Google modifying the Title it indexes as it’s algorithm has concluded that there is a better version to index.

    We also have additional information on this topic available at the following links: and Please refer to these articles as the include recommendations for crafting a page title which will help increase the likelihood that Google will use the title you specified instead of modifying your page’s title as it sees fit.

    Plugin Support amboutwe


    This thread has been marked as resolved due to lack of activity.

    You’re always welcome to re-open this topic. Please read this post before opening a new request.

    Thanks for understanding!

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