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The Facebook pixel is a piece of code that you place on your website. It collects data that helps you track conversions from Facebook ads, optimize ads, build targeted audiences for future ads and remarket to people who have already taken some kind of action on your website.

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Title tags are major factors in helping search engines understand what your page is about, and they are the first impressions many people get when they discover your page via organic search. Title tags are used in three key places: (1) search engine results pages (SERPs), (2) web browsers, and (3) social networks.

If your title is too long, search engines may change your display title by adding an ellipsis ("..."), removing words, or even rewriting it entirely. While we generally recommend keeping your titles under 60 characters long, the exact display limit is a bit more complicated and is based on a 600-pixel container.

Keep in mind that longer titles may work better for social sharing in some cases, and some titles are just naturally long. It's good to be mindful of how your titles appear in search results, but there isn't a penalty for using a long title. Use your judgment and think like a search visitor.

If you have a strong, well-known brand, adding it to your titles may help boost click-through rates. We generally still recommend putting your brand at the end of the title, but there are cases (such as for your home page or about page) where you may want to be more brand-focused. As mentioned earlier, Google or your CMS may also append your brand name to your display titles automatically, so be mindful of how your search results are currently displayed.

Say goodbye to poor, ineffective search snippets! Portent's SERP Preview Tool lets you see how your web page will display in search engine results pages (SERPs), helping you accurately describe your content, and improve click-through rate. Ready to jump in? You can start using the tool below, or read more to check outhow it works and some existing limitations

Input your title tag, meta description, and page URL to preview how they will show up in an organic Google search result. Add target keywords to mimic how they will be emphasized. Use the screen size filter to view your snippet on various devices. To make sure you get more accurate results, the tool measures title tags according topixel length, not character count, just like the search engines do.

1. SEO - Use the right keywords so Google can clearly understand what is the website about and what is the most important content. This will help when it comes to ranking high in the search results.

You can use Region.find(), to search a given Visual being a rectangular pixel pattern(given as an Image (filename or Image) or a Pattern object) within this Region.If this Visual is found in the Region, the resulting Match objecthas a similarity score between >0 and 1. The lower the similarity score, the higher the chance,that you got a false positive (found something else). To make your scripts robust against false positives,you should take care, to get similarity scores >0.85 or even >0.9.

Find operations return aMatch object, which has all attributes and methods of a Regionand can be used in the same way as a Region (e.g. find something or click anothertarget inside). A Match has the size in pixels of the Visual usedfor searching, the position where it was found, the similarityscore and the elapsed time.

During a find operation internally the search is repeated with a scan rate (standard 3 per second)until success or an optionally given timeout (standard 3 seconds)is reached, which then results in a FindFailed exception.

Note: Due to the implementation of this function, the target application might loose focusand opened menus or lists get closed again. In other cases the highlight frame is not or notcompletely visible (not getting to the front). In these cases the highlight feature cannot be usedfor tracking the search results. 041b061a72


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