It's well known that pages'
<title> do impact Google positioning, beside this, they are also definitely important to catch user eye when he is looking at Google search results.
Let's say I have a typical site of 5/6 pages for a bed and breakfast, let me list few pages and their possible titles
- HOME -
title = "B&B town name, completely new, cheap price for the weekend."
- THE HISTORY OF THIS B&B -
title = "B&B town name – The History"
- BOOK NOW -
title = " B&B town name – Book online"
- WHERE WE ARE -
title = "B&B name, 234 Walnut ave. town name – CA"...
As you can see I would typically repeat the key-phrase “B&B town name...” in all pages, thus to make sure any of the pages (wherever they'll be shown in Google results) would at least immediately describe the site content and possibly catch a potential customer's eye.
How would you else/better fill the titles?
Do you think is someway bad to repeat the key-phrase “B&B town name...” in all pages?
I'm doing a specific example because reading answers for a specific example might be more easy to me to understand, but obviously the concept could be applied to any websites of almost the same size, so feel free to add your more general considerations and suggestions.