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On the <title> tag of one of my webpages I used keywords without comma.

Is thist wrong in a SEO point of view?

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Please give us an example. – Zistoloen Jun 26 '13 at 13:17
"High Quality Decor Home Accents, Cheap wholesale Glass Candle Holders, Champagne Collection" this is the title. Is it wrong in seo point of view? – Sathiya Kumar Jun 27 '13 at 11:26
That looks like quite a spammy title to me. – DisgruntledGoat Jun 27 '13 at 16:41
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You need to write <title> tag for visitors and not for SEO. Thus, you must use a title easy to read and understand.

Whatever you put commas, hyphens or something else, just inserting keywords in the row is not easy to read or understand.

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Page titles should read naturally, whether they contain commas, other punctuation or otherwise.

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Google engineer Matt Cutts has said that: you can use any tag like commas, spaces, dashes, pipes in your title tag except for the underscore “_”.

But you have to use <title> tag according to your site theme which help visitors to understand your site easily.

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According to recent Google update, in you can use keywords with separating by comma(,) or pipeline (|). The main point is, it should be simple to understand for the users. And the title is for the website's users as well as different search engines.

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