If a page doesn’t have a title or the title tag is empty (i.e. it just looks like this in the code: <title> This is the page title </title>), Google and other search engines will decide on their own, what content to show on the results page.
Thus if the page ranks on Google for a keyword without the title being relevant to the search intent, the users may not click to view the site.
Therefore, every time you are creating a webpage, don’t forget to add a meaningful title that appropriately describes the page content.
How to resolve it: #
Check why the title tags are missing or empty. There can be a problem with some plugins or with a theme in your CMS that is causing this.
Make sure that each of your pages has a concise title describing your page content, with your targeted keyword in mind.
For WordPress CMS: #
Refer to the File shared by the RankChutney team. Open the respective page from your WordPress backend environment and add the title in the meta title field.
For Other CMS: #
For Other CMS like Magento, Jumla, and Shopify you can ask your developer to add our (RankChutney) provided meta title to <title>your webpage title</title> in the head section of each page.