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Posts Tagged ‘title’

Announcing 5 NEW Feature Upgrades to Moz Pro’s Site Crawl, Including Pixel-Length Title Data

September 13, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , , , , , , ,  |  No Comments

Posted by Dr-PeteWhile Moz is hard at work on some major new product features (we're hoping for two more big launches in 2017), we're also working hard to iterate on recent advances. I'm happy to announce that, based on your thoughtful feedback, and our own ever-growing wish lists, we've recently launched five upgrades to Site Crawl. 1. Mark Issues as FixedIt's fine to ignore issues that don't matter to your site or business, but many of you asked for a way to audit fixes or just let us know that you've made a fix prior to our next data update. So,...

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Title Tag Length Guidelines: 2016 Edition

May 31, 2016  |  SEO  |  , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by Dr-PeteFor the past couple of weeks, Google has been testing a major change to the width of the left-hand column, expanding containers from 512 pixels to 600 (a 17% increase). Along with this change, Google has increased the available length of result titles: This naturally begs the question — how many characters can we fit into a display title now? When Google redesigned SERPs in 2014, I recommended a limit of 55 characters. Does a 17% bigger container mean we’ve got 9 more characters to work with? Not so fast, my friend… This is where things get messy. It’d be...

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Headline Writing and Title Tag SEO in a Clickbait World – Whiteboard Friday

March 21, 2015  |  SEO  |  , , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by randfish When writing headlines and title tags, we're often conflicted in what we're trying to say and (more to the point) how we're trying to say it. Do we want it to help the page rank in SERPs? Do we want people to be intrigued enough to click through? Or are we trying to best satisfy the searcher's intent? We'd like all three, but a headline that achieves them all is incredibly difficult to write.In today's Whiteboard Friday, Rand illustrates just how small the intersection of those goals is, and offers a process you can use to find the...

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These Oscars 2015 Title Cards Are Frigging Awesome!

February 27, 2015  |  Samples  |  , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

The best part of the Oscars 2015 was the title cards. No question about that. It was a treat to the eyes every time the nominees for each of the Oscars categories were presented. With a smooth transition of elements, Henry Hobson featured recognizable objects that represented each movie and created a masterfully executed image of each nominated film. Henry Hobson is a UK-based graphic designer who worked on the last seven Oscars. Aside from that, he has several award-winning graphic design work on movies such as Sherlock Holmes, Snow White and the Huntsman, The Walking Dead and The Last of Us. “I’ve always been interested...

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Fantasy Game Poster Tutorial Part I – Title Card

September 11, 2014  |  Samples  |  , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Good day, creatives! Welcome to part 1 of our 2-part Fantasy Game Poster Photoshop tutorial by our resident graphic artist, Niño Batitis. Today we’ll be teaching you how to create a title card for the poster art. Click the Download button below to access the resource pack that’s filled with everything you’ll need for this poster tutorial. download now Follow the step-by-step instructions below and try to recreate this amazing title card. Let’s start! Step 1 — Create a new 5″x5″ document in Photoshop. Set Resolution to 250 pixels/inch. Step 2 — Create a banner illustration using the pen tool (P). Use a light gray color for the backdrop and...

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