How to change the site name in Framer

The site name for your website appears on Google just above the title of your page. While it’s up to Google to choose what to place there, you can influence Google’s decision in a couple of ways.

Method #1

The first and most effective method is to specify the site name you want in a WebSite schema markup added to your site’s homepage.

Using the WebSite schema markup allows you to, among other things, define a name for your site that Google may display in search results.

If you don’t know how to add schema markup to your site, check out our guide on the topic.

Method #2

The second way to influence the site name is to add a specific meta tag in the <head> of your site using the general settings.

The tag in question should look something like this:

<meta property="og:site_name" content="brand_name" />

where “brand_name” is the name you want Google and other search engines to display on search results.

Guidelines to follow

Google provides some guidelines to follow if you want to maximise your chances of getting the name you want featured as the site name.

You can read all the guidelines you should follow here.


While Google’s algorithm for choosing the site name for your domain is completely automated and considers various signals, following the guidelines outlined above will increase your chances of getting the name you want featured.