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Just so you are familiar with <title> tags, please look at the top of your computer screen, see the words "Automated SEO Tools for Car Dealers, powered by AutoText™ & AutoCorner" that is the <title> tag for this page.
A <title> tag is just a piece of computer instructions in the web page's HTML source code that tells the browser what the name of the page is.
There are actually multiple purposes of a <title> tag, and, at the moment, we are only interested in how search engines use them. Most websites mistakenly put their company name as the first part of the <title> tag, but the problem with this strategy is your company name isn't what the customer is searching for. In the case of this website, most people that come here via a search result were probably looking for 'SEO optimization for their website', not necessarily how AutoCorner does it better. That is why our <title> tag is not 'AutoCorner: How we do SEO'. Making this a little more relevant to car dealers, take a look at the following google search engine results.
Notice how the company name is listed after the vehicle year make & model in the <title> tag. This is not by accident, it is by design. The reason for this is because customers are searching for "2008 Honda Element" or "2009 Chrysler Town & Country" not the name of your car dealership. But don't just take my word for it, here is Matt Cutts from Google: