Title, geographical coverage: date
Extra information, such as “provisional” or “final”, goes at the end of the title, after the colon and the date. Avoid using extra words like “results” or “estimates” where possible.
Titles should reflect the words users put into search engines. They should focus on topics that users are interested in rather than survey names or data sources. For example, people are more likely to search for “gender pay gap” than “Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings”.
The date refers to the time period of the data and not the publication date. If your content covers multiple time periods, we can help you choose the most suitable date. Email email@example.com.
Avoid using acronyms in the title – include these in the keywords if they are common and users are likely to search by them.
Producer price inflation, UK: September 2017
More detail on bulletin titles is available.