I realize my question may have various different opinions but I would like to hear your professional thoughts as I do not truly trust the opinionated blog sources and can't find anything directly from google about this.
Each one of my page titles has 3 parts to it separated by a pine line with less than 80 characters (google and others said this is their recommendation)
Part 1: A unique title name with page relevant keyword(s)
Part 2: Location which is always the same
Part 3: Company name which is always the same
"Dog Training | Nederland Boulder Denver CO | Big Paw Services"
Does google favor or penalizes this method?!
All I found in my searches was that they mostly agree to add company name at the end of the tag (most SEO companies have their company name in the title of each page). However, as far as adding the location to every single title tag I am not sure about. Do you recommend taking the location out of my titles except for my service area page and perhaps my home page? When people search for my business, location is part of the search since my business is targeted for services at a specific location. My footer page has the locations I service so each page has those keywords... I also discovered that many new clients search my company name because they heard from a friend about the business or they saw in advertisement or car magnets and remember the name for a later search.
I concluded to do each titles in 3 parts as I assume this information is what people would click since it describes the service, location, and company name. Is this method optimized or can I do better?!