Now, this is one of the biggest recent change have given by Ben Gomes, a google guy in Official Google Blog on 1st Aug, 2008 that -
"One of the bigger recent changes has been to extract titles for pages that don't specify an HTML title -- yet a title on the page is clearly right there, staring at you. To "see" that title that the author of the page intended, we analyze the HTML of the page to determine the title that the author probably meant. This makes it far more likely that you will not ignore a page for want of a good title. "
Visitors generally ignore the web pages having no Title from the search results. And that's really true. So, Google now will generate Titles for the web pages having no Title. Google showed you parts of the page where your actual search keywords showed up (information retrieval experts call this "keywords-in-context") whereas at the time, other search engines showed you the first two lines of the web page.
And he concluded the post with these following lines -
"We're actually constantly changing Google's result page and have been doing so for a long time. And no, we won't mess with a good thing. You won't let us."
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