Super Powerful Perfect Effective Spammy SEO Titles

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Super Powerful Perfect Effective Spammy SEO Titles

I so love the spammy titles that are used today on things on Wish.com, Amazon, and other popular places to sell stuff. “Playing Poker Cards Portable Mini Small Poker Interesting Playing Board Game Outside Outdoor Travel Mini Size Pokers” wow, that is some spammy crap there. In addition, Google is the cause of it all. Google loves an HTML tag called H1 tag or Heading size #1. This is the title tag for the title of an item or paragraph. Google gives extra points for using this tag and sites like Amazon and Wish to use H1 tags for the titles of their items. So all these Spammy titles show up, where the seller will stuff as many keywords as they can in the title, in hopes of placing better on Google.

You see this exact same thing all over Amazon, but Amazon must police it some, as the titles there are not nearly as SPAMMY as they are on Wish.com.

There is a 1.5″ mini folding pocketknife on Wish that is titled “Tiny All Steel Floding Knife MINI Pocket Knife Parcels Mail Opener Key chain Pendant EDC Gift” (floding instead of folding, lol). And a miniature bible listed as “Beautiful Goods Practical Excellent Cross Bible Keychain Style Pretty Best Charm Accessory”. In my opinion, this type of crap just brings the entire usefulness of the internet down. Google really needs to figure this one out or it is just going to get worse.

Tiny All Steel Floding Knife MINI Pocket Knife Parcels Mail Opener Key chain Pendant EDC Gift

I think I’m going to title this post “SPAMMY SEO TITLES GOOGLE AMAZON WISH.COM SPAM H1 TAG HTML PLACEMENT PAGE FIRST” yeah that should work.

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Welcome to the Average Joe Weekly blog. This is basically my place on the web where I can help spread some of the knowledge that I have accumulated over the years. I served 10+ years in the Marine Corps on Active Duty, but that was some 25 years ago.

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