Title, title tag or HTML title
The title is the most important part of a website. The title is supposed to tell the reader as well as the search engine what a page is about. It contains a brief description of the page and the most important keywords should be here. It’s good to know that each page should have a title and all titles must be unique. Example: <title> SEO Blog </ title>
The title should be placed in section <head> of the website and should not use excessive comma to separate words.
The title should contain a maximum of 65 characters (most of the search engines do not read more than 65 characters). Usually, the title should contain keywords which appear in the body of the document, which is required for maintaining the keywords’ density.
Try to avoid using titles like “Blank page”, “Home” or “Untitled”.
The title element is required in all HTML/XHTML documents and defines a title in the browser toolbar, provides a title for the page when it is added to favorites or/and displays a title for the page in search-engine results.