Perhaps the title has recently been changed and the page has not
been crawled yet
Or it also can happen when title tag is used for many different pages ( see more information )
Issues in the titles Google shows different title from page’s meta tag
Issues in the titles Different URLs with same title. Every page should have it’s own title, in the local language
Issues in the description Different pages with same description. Every page should have it’s own description, in the local language
<meta name="description" content="dunhill caters to the needs of the discerning man, from formal and casual menswear, to handcrafted leather goods through to fine men's jewellery and timepieces." /> Google is not showing page’s meta tag description, but part of its content instead. It can happen when description tag is used for many different pages. ( See more information ) Each page should have its own description. Images should be renamed with keywords
www.dunhill.com/en-gb/shoponline shows up on Google as www.dunhill.com/en-us/shoponline Page has not been indexed. Link building, unique meta tags and content could help the page to be indexed.
Deep pages: Same descriptions and inefficient titles. Product code could give space for keywords.
Content Checking what site’s home page looks like from a search engine spider’s perspective Yellow Pipe tool Little content, few keywords. Poor content
Content www.dunhill.com/en-gb www.dunhill.com/en-us Same, same same! Different URLs, same content
Website loading time Website loading time is 6.2 seconds. It would be good to check for ways of improving performance. The faster a website loads, the better is its chance to rank on Google. More Information