How to separate Keywords in Meta Title

by Hesta
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Hi,

I am working for a pool company and am wondering what the correct way would be to separate multiple keywords in a title tag? I am new to SEO and am trying to learn how to use keywords. Here are three options. Does it matter?

Bactericide, Algaecide| Product Brand Name
Bactericide|Algaecide|Product Brand Name
Bactericide, Algaecide, Product Brand Name

Thanks for your feedback.
#keywords #meta #separate #title
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  • Profile picture of the author Irwantolim
    From an SEO point of view, the title tag should contain all the keywords you wish to rank for. The most important keyword should be at the beginning, followed by second most important, then finally your brand name:

    Primary Keyword - Secondary Keyword | Brand Name


    However one thing you must remember: write title tags for humans.

    Although they should be formatted to some degree for search engines, it's vital that the tag makes perfect sense to humans and reads like a legible sentence.
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  • Profile picture of the author davidlee210
    You need to do it like this
    Bactericide | Algaecide | Product Brand Name
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  • Profile picture of the author dave_hermansen
    As far as SEO goes, how you do it really doesn't have a direct effect. I'd construct them whichever way you think will get the most attention from real people and the most clicks.
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