Below, we shed light on a useful SEO tool designed for Magento 2. The Page Title Override Magento 2 extension is developed by Nucleus but at the same time, it is available on the Aheadworks website. The module is used for overriding copies in H1 tags on product and category pages; as a result, you improve current SEO.
To achieve better SEO practices, the Page Title Override Magento 2 module provides the ability to add rich long tail keywords to H1 tags. Thus, you offer Google an additional insight into better information about product and category pages.
Furthermore, The extension improves customer experience, since it allows your store visitors to find the products they are looking much faster thank for enhanced keywords
And since only the H1 tags are overridden, there is no need to worry about awkwardly long product titles. For the better understanding of how the Page Title Override module works, let’s have a look at its backend.
Category title override is available under Products -> Inventory -> Categories. While on this page, you should select a category that you are going to improve. Find the ‘Category View Page Title Override’ field and enter a new title there.
As for Product title override, it is available under Products -> Inventory -> Catalog. The page contains a grid. Select a product and in its Basic Settings find the Product Details tab. There is the Product Detail Page Title Override field where you should place a new keyword.
As you can see a category title is now the H1 tag, we’ve specified in the backend. It has been overridden to improve SEO results. As you can see, Nothing else on the page has been changed: URL is still the same and whatever category remains the same.
It is also necessary to mention that product titles on a category page remain unchanged, although we’ve just modified one in the backend. But on an appropriate product page we can see a new title that consists of our keyword. Nothing else has been impacted.
Page Title Override is a tiny but yet very powerful SEO solution. Although the extension has a limited set of actions, it is hard to overestimate the tool. We’d like to see the ability to apply bulk actions especially when you modify each product separately (the functionality might be implemented right in the product grid). But even now the module deserves your attention.