How To Show Post Title Before Blog Title

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Showing your ‘post title’ before ‘blog title’ in google search engine can earn you a lot of traffic daily and is a good SEO trick. Google allows 65 characters in the search result title.

Therefore, if  ‘blog  title’ crosses 65 mark then google is not going to show your ‘post title’ at all. Even if your blog title remains within 65 characters it is impossible to show the complete post title in search engine.

This is where you suffer most, losing a great amount of your daily traffic. The solution lies in doing something that lets you show the post title before the blog title. If you can do this, you will find within a few days that your volume of viewers is on the rise.

This can be done within minutes by following a few easy steps :-



#1) Log in to Blogger Dashboard and click ‘Template’ in the specific Blog from the drop-down menu

#2) Now click ‘Edit HTML’

                                                       

                                               



#3) As the HTML page opens click anywhere inside the page and hit Ctrl + F, watch a small box opens at the top right corner


#4) Now copy the code given below and paste it into the small box at the top right and hit enter

——————————————Code to be copied———————————————–

                                                <data:blog.pageTitle/>

———————————————-End of Code————————————————-

                                             

#5) Now, replace the code in yellow with the code as shown below :

—————————————–Code to be copied————————————————

<b:if cond=’data:blog.pageType == “item”‘>
<title><data:blog.pageName/> | <data:blog.title/></title>
 <b:else/>
<title><data:blog.pageTitle/></title>
</b:if>
————————————————–End of Code————————————————————–
#6) Click Save at the top and you are done
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