Apologies if this is a dupe. I tried searching, but didn't find anything specifically addressing this concern.
When creating a large(ish) site, page titles usually reference both the site name and the current page name. However, it seems there are two main conventions:
Bob's Awesome Site - Contact Page
Contact Page - Bob's Awesome Site
I've looked around, and pages usually use one of the two variants above. Is there any reason to use one over the other? SEO/readability/usability/etc?
I've thought about it, and have only come up with:
- Page first - Differentiates the tab when the browser is crowded with lots of tabs
- Site first - Immediately see the "parent" site, so to speak; more cohesive experience