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    making web page titles SEO friendly

    I have been researching making the <title> of my web pages better for the purposes of SEO. Sadly, the mistake I have made is I always have the title as:
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     <TITLE>AyrshireMinis.com - a Mini E-Community</TITLE>
    and this is true for all my pages.

    It seems it is better (for the purposes of SEO and making better sense, haha) to have
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    <TITLE>AyrshireMinis.com - Galleries - a Mini E-Community</TITLE>
    or something similar to make the titles unique to each page?

    Is this the best way to do it? I've read they should be unique, but does this make much difference?

    Picco

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    From everything I've been told and read, the title tag is still important. It definitely couldn't hurt either. I don't know how much adding one word like "Galleries" is going to help, but maybe you can make it a little more descriptive like "Galleries of past and present Mini Coopers" since Mini Cooper is a little more direct as "Mini's" is a little generic for a search term.
    Stop making things so hard on yourself.
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