Google Is Reportedly Using Longer Meta Titles in Search Results

According to recent information, Google is allowing longer meta titles (or meta titles) in search results. Rank Ranger's tracking tools show that the average length...
According to recent information, Google is allowing longer meta titles (or meta titles) in search results. Rank Ranger's tracking tools show that the average length of page meta titles in search results has increased from 55 to 83 characters (at the time of writing). The number of characters increased gradually throughout the month, and on September 29. reached a maximum. Since this increase has been sustained for the past two weeks, this is not just a temporary change. However, in December of last year, Google increased the length of meta descriptions and shortened them again a few months later. Therefore,...