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What is a Meta Title Tag?

A meta title tag is an HTML element that specifies the title of a web page. It is used to provide a brief, concise description of the page’s content, and it is often displayed in search engine results pages (SERPs) as the main link to the page. The meta title tag is placed in the head section of the HTML document and is typically surrounded by ‘<title>’ tags.

For example, the following code demonstrates how a meta title tag might be used in an HTML document:

  <title>My Website | Home</title>

In this example, the meta title tag is “My Website | Home,” and it will be displayed as the title of the web page in search engine results and in the browser’s tab or window title bar.

To learn more about title tags follow this article: A quick and easy guide to meta tags in SEO