Titles are one of the easiest accessibility issues to take care of. So I have a drawing of a browser and there are three different tabs open in this browser just to illustrate the title is going to be what is in the top of the tab, so the title is going to tell you what that page is about.
You want to make sure that each of your titles is unique, so each page needs to have a unique page title; you want to make sure that you don’t have, let’s say, 3 pages that are named- that have the title “product”.
You also want to make us- make sure that your title is descriptive, so generally, this means there’s going to be more than one word involved usually pages are not- page titles are not one word, and it’s just a good practice to make sure that it’s as descriptive as possible. Now if the title is genuinely one word, then that is fine.
But it’s something to be aware of, if you have a page that’s about a general topic, then one word may suffice. It’s that if it’s about a specific topic then usually it’s going to be more than one word, but that’s it, you want to make sure you have a unique and descriptive title for each page of your website.