“Tagline and Title” on a WordPress site show what the website will be based on and serve as a summary of your content. As an introduction, that’s the first thing the audience will look at on your website. The more it is pretty oriented, and better it is.

Before diving in, what is a “tagline”? The tagline tells your site readers or visitors what your business is all about.

As you can probably guess, your title is the name of your site. It’s how people identify your brand and how they search for you online.

On the other hand, your tagline is a short statement similar to a subtitle or advertising slogan, often placed right underneath your title. It works as a brief description of what your site is about and why it exists.

Combining a strong title with a clear, descriptive tagline gives your site an advantage when capturing audience attention. “Tagline and Title” on a WordPress site direct the client about the services offer and who runs them.

Take another look at our title and tagline combination above: WPSlay is the name, and “Get a personal assistant for your WordPress website” is the tagline. It provides the site’s name and concisely clearly explains what you can expect from our content.

 These are the following steps in changing “Tagline and Title”.

 Step #1: Log into the WordPress Dashboard.

 Step #2: On the left in the sidebar, hover your mouse on “Settings” and click “General”.

Step #3: The “Site title” and the “Tagline” can be changed here. Enter a new title and tagline.

Step #4: Save your changes.

That’s it. Want to ask a question? Comment below.

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