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Old 18th December 2008, 02:25 AM   #1
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Default 7 Tips Of How To Write Good Titles

Every blog post has a title. It doesnít matter how good or how bad you are creating the title of your article in the end youíll end up with something. What Iím trying to stress out in this article is the importance of a well written title and itís big role in obtaining better Google ranking and also being the main element that could make the readers click on your article. Thatís right : the title is the most important element of an article. Learn how to create a good one and you solved the biggest part of the equation and that is getting people to click on your content.

You can read the rest of the article here and find out 7 Ways of Writing Good Titles:
http://blog.tomabonciu.ro/learn-how-...t-can-get-you/

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Old 18th December 2008, 03:39 AM   #2
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Hey i checked out the article its pretty good thanks for sharing

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Old 18th December 2008, 04:02 AM   #3
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Every blog post has a title. It doesnít matter how good or how bad you are creating the title of your article in the end youíll end up with something. What Iím trying to stress out in this article is the importance of a well written title and itís big role in obtaining better Google ranking and also being the main element that could make the readers click on your article. Thatís right : the title is the most important element of an article. Learn how to create a good one and you solved the biggest part of the equation and that is getting people to click on your content.

You can read the rest of the article here and find out 7 Ways of Writing Good Titles:
http://blog.tomabonciu.ro/learn-how-...t-can-get-you/
The blog title is the most important part of the whole post.If the title doesnīt raise interest and curiosity, no one is going to read it.Good article!

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Old 18th December 2008, 10:48 AM   #4
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I've thought that a title served as a billboard for the article. And, the purpose includes getting people to devote their attention and for you to splash your way in to their busy surfing moments.

also, a well formed headline helps to initiate a link between the subject and the reader.

Yes, headlines are important for searching, but that is just an extention of the sharing equation. (marketing)

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Thank you all for taking the time and posting your feedback

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Titles ending with a question mark work well.

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The tips are good but not exclusive. Still thanks for sharing.

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@SashaMike Agree, as I said in the last paragraph of my article :

"Of course that these are not the only ways of writing titles that made readers click. So if you have some suggestions Iíd love to hear them in your comments."

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Titles should include a keyword phrase

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make it catchy, or use a stun effect with some remarkable figures, beg a question, use numbers (top 10, 20 most...) you want to basically capture attention with blog post titles and make the reader wanna dive deeper.

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