Prevention is always better than cure. That means trying to craft the best titles possible to minimize the chances of Google rewriting them. Getting some of your titles rewritten is inevitable, though. And you should keep track of those cases.
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Again, Site Audit will help you with that (it’s free in Ahrefs Webmaster Tools). After you crawl your website, head over to the Page explorer. In there, choose the preset filter “Page and SERP titles do not match,” click on “Advanced filter,” and rule out minor title changes that only involve truncation or adding your brand name:
Page explorer with advanced filter applied
Click “Apply,” then sort the table below by organic traffic to show title changes that could be having the most impact:
Table in Page explorer sorted by organic traffic
If a title change seems problematic, check the changes in CTR in Google Search Console. Then decide on how to fix the title tag. Does it align with the prevalent search intent of the main keywords? Is it up to date? Is it too clickbaity or spammy?
That’s all we can do to fight against Google rewriting the title tags.
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