To change the title of your website in Google search, you need to follow these steps:
- Edit the title tag in your website's HTML code: The title tag appears in the section of your website's HTML code. Open your website's HTML file and locate the tag. Modify the text within the tag to reflect the desired title for your website. Save the changes.
Example: New Website Title
- Fetch your website as Google: Go to Google Search Console (previously known as Webmaster Tools) and sign in to your account. If you haven't added your website to Search Console, you'll need to complete that step first. Once in your account, go to "URL Inspection" and enter your website's URL. Click on "Request Indexing" and wait for Google to fetch and index your updated web page.
- Wait for Google to reindex your website: After requesting the indexing, Google will take some time to crawl and reindex your website. This process may take several hours or even a few days. During this period, the previous title may still appear in search results.
- Verify the change: After some time, perform a Google search for your website using relevant keywords. Check if the new title is now appearing in the search results. If it hasn't changed, you may need to wait a bit longer until Google updates its index.
Remember that Google's search results can sometimes display different titles based on the search query and other factors. However, by following these steps, you can increase the chances of getting your desired title displayed in the search results.