𝕋𝕙𝕚𝕤 𝕚𝕤 𝕛𝕦𝕤𝕥 𝕒 𝕥𝕖𝕤𝕥. ★★★★★ (Test it says)

A̐̈ ̐̈t̐̈e̐̈s̐̈t̐̈ ̐̈o̐̈f̐̈ ̐̈h̐̈o̐̈w̐̈ ̐̈y̐̈o̐̈u̐̈ ̐̈w̐̈i̐̈l̐̈l̐̈ ̐̈s̐̈e̐̈e̐̈ ̐̈t̐̈h̐̈i̐̈s̐̈ ̐̈d̐̈i̐̈s̐̈p̐̈l̐̈a̐̈y̐̈e̐̈d̐̈ ̐̈i̐̈n̐̈ ̐̈t̐̈h̐̈e̐̈ ̐̈s̐̈e̐̈a̐̈r̐̈c̐̈h̐̈ ̐̈r̐̈e̐̈s̐̈u̐̈l̐̈t̐̈s̐̈.̐̈

But really, this is just a test of UTF8 possibilities and capability of Google to process these characters.

Pizza SEO has found a better way to A/B test headlines for a small website.

  • AIF

    Don’t know about search results but it looks pretty strange in feedly

  • dusoft

    Firefox is unable to show the title correctly either

  • dusoft

    So I was right, Google actually processes this and displays it in the search results.

  • Sunny

    Great SEO tactics!!!!!!
    Could you explain it?
    Is there any coding procedure for doing it?

    Thanks in Advance!!!!!!!

  • dusoft

    This was rather an experiment than a SEO tactics. I don’t think from the user experience point of view this will work and some user can feel such results is somewhat suspicious. Further testing of CTR is needed.

    In the meantime you can play with other UTF-8 characters in the titles, I am intentionally not posting the tool to generate these.

  • Android user

    Doesn’t show on Google in Chrome on Android…
    You will need to be on a machine with that font set…

  • dusoft

    That’s correct, on Android the title is not shown as the characters are out of the Android character set (only related to the font Android uses).

    However, snippet with the smileys works on Android.

  • you can use this tool to create the font and many others:

    the font is called: Math double-struck