We have a website, let's say -
www.example.com and each week a new article is posted to a URL in the form of
We redirect visitors that reach
www.example.com to the current article (or another article of our choice) while each article page has its own
Google search results for
example show the article's title for
www.example.com and not
How is it possible to set the title displayed in the search results to a different title, specifically -
so the article could be shared on Facebook with its own og meta tags and the "general" URL could be also shared with general tags and but still lead our users to the latest page.
After adding a sitemap to webmaster tools - Google search results show
Example as the title of the URL.
This is an improvement and a step towards the desired result.
However, this text is not defined anywhere in the
Where does this text come from and how can it be edited? We would want something like
Example - Foo Bar as the title.
Is this somehow related to the "Property name" settings from Google Analytics? (our Google analytics are linked to the webmaster tools)