Yes, to both.
Originally Posted by jgthx
If it is wrong, you ranking could drop, if it is right, your ranking could rise.
That's why you experiment. Just like you're doing now.
In the past when I have changed titles on a page, as often as every 3 weeks, if it's a positive change I leave if not I adjust.
Before making any change
Track and record all the ranking stats you can get, to look at later. Record for say a month.
Now change your title as you have suggested. Then collect the same data again.
Now compare the two, choose best performing.
So do the research, which would include examining the title of my top ten competitors as well, but IMO, Los Angeles.
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