WEB1064 - The <title> tag contains placeholder content that provides no search benefit
<title> tag contains placeholder content that provides no search benefit.
<title> tag appears to contain placeholder text, rather than text specific to the page. Consider providing a meaningful, descriptive title for this page.
Many HTML editors (and developers) generate placeholder content when a new page is created. The placeholder content often includes a
<title> tag that contains a placeholder value, such as "Untitled 1." Because a placeholder
<title> tag value doesn't accurately describe the contents of the page, the search-engine ranking for that page may be reduced.
For information about customizing the parameters for rules in the SEO Checker, see Customizing SEO rules
The following is an example of a correctly formatted
<title> tag, with
<meta name="description"> and
<meta name="keywords"> tags in the
<head> tag section.
<head> <title>Contact Proseware, Inc.</title> <meta name="description">Contact information for Proseware, Inc., including addresses, phone numbers, and email</meta> <meta name="keywords" content="Proseware,Proseware applications,Proseware utilities,Proseware tools,Proseware server tools"/> </head>