**Last updated: March 21, 2020**
Title Tag and Meta Description Lengths Are Current as of March 2020
Scroll below the previews and enter your title tag, meta description, or URL to see what it will look like on the Google search results page (SERP) on desktop or mobile.
Watch the pixel count below the title tag or meta description box or look at the preview to know if you’re over the limits we designated (more info on that below).
Enter your keyword to show bolding in the URL and meta description (not the title).
See more information below the tool.
Simulated mobile view
Simulated desktop view
More Information About Our Title Tag and Meta Description Testing Tool
Google doesn’t have any specific rules for how long title tags and meta descriptions should be. This tool provides a basic guideline based on what most of the title tags and meta descriptions on Google are currently showing at.
Our title tag and meta description testing tool uses the following:
- 600 pixel max title tag width on desktop
- 78 character max title tag width on mobile
- title tag breaks at whole words when you’re over the limit
- 155 character meta description for both desktop and mobile
There is a lot more information about this tool and title and meta description lengths in our prior post from 2015, please read it here before commenting.