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Google Search Results adds website name tag to some pages

Hey guys,

I can’t understand why Google adds the website’s name tag to some of the website’s pages on the Search Results page. Please see the screenshot:

Below is the previous view link to the Meista page that has this “Causalus” tag on Google Search Results. If you look at its SEO settings, it is not supposed to add this tag anywhere based on the settings.

Morever why would it add it on some pages, and on some not?..

Thank you!


Here is my site Read-Only: https://preview.webflow.com/preview/causalus-com-mvp-e18f42b6647ea9eebf2991?utm_medium=preview_link&utm_source=designer&utm_content=causalus-com-mvp-e18f42b6647ea9eebf2991&preview=ea99a1f698e7d870511fbe5323ff5c09&pageId=612fc72b0378fa2c60f9df8f&itemId=612fc72b0378fae546f9dfce&workflow=preview

(how to share your site Read-Only link)

Google’s algorithm now manipulates title tag content in addition to how the snippet is generated based on what it thinks benefits the users of its platform. You are not in control.

Hi Jeff. Oh wow… I see. Thanks for the answer.