Showing posts with label Titles. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Titles. Show all posts

Monday, November 20, 2017

Article Marketing Strategies - 5 Tips For Article Titles and Submission Success

Article Marketing Strategies - 5 Tips For Article Titles and Submission Success

Think about how much time you have spent creating a good title for your articles that publishers and readers will enjoy viewing.

Do you find yourself painfully developing the body of your article and then throwing in a title as an after thought?

If this is what you have done in the past, it is strongly suggested that you understand the current submission guidelines that most publishers online follow.

Most publishers have basic requirements for titles, so if your article contains a title that fails to adhere to those guidelines, it will more then likely be rejected due to an error in the construction of the given title in your article.

Fortunately, these title requirements are simple enough to follow once you completely understand them and practice them consistently.

Here are 5 tips that will help you keep your publishers willing to publish your articles online:

1. A good article title must not be too long or short. An article that is too short is less then two words. A reader will read your title and develop an idea of what your article is going to be about, so if at all possible, try to use more then two words within your title. An article that is looked at as too long is over 100 characters in length- try to follow the 100 rule and you should be okay.

2. Do not make your title promotional. This means that you should not put in the name of your business, products or services, or your website within the body of your title. Try to keep that information solely within your resource box at the end of your article.

3. Do not over-do your punctuation- Try to avoid over using punctuation marks like the question mark(?) and the exclamation point(!) within your title. If you would like to use a question mark with your title, using one will be fine, but do not use it twice, nor should you use an exclamation point more then once, if at all within your title.

4. Never end your title with a period. The theory is that using a period causes your reader to pause, which is not what you want them to do at the beginning of your article. Also, publishers will frown on the use of a period in your title, so avoid this practice altogether.

5. Use a variety of titles in your articles. Although all of your articles may be focused on a similar topic, both your titles and your articles should be different from one another. Most publishers do not like to see repetitive titles or articles, so try to be creative by using a variety of titles and content.

To conclude, even if you have spent a lot of time on creating your content in your articles, do not stop with that in end. Always take some time to come up with a good title when you finish with your content in order to avoid turning off both your readers and publishers online.

Your headline is perhaps one of the most important aspects of your article next to your resource box and content. If you want to attract the attention of your readers and publishers, always write your article with a good headline.

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Sunday, September 24, 2017

Easily Create Fast Traffic Sucking Blog Post Titles

Easily Create Fast Traffic Sucking Blog Post Titles
With the recent addition of a highly popular wordpress plugin your blog post title has become even more important.

This popular free plugin is ComLuv or CommentLove or CommentLuv.

What this clever plugin does is pull in your last blog title, so you better hope it's a good one.

Let's face it, a boring, bland blog title will not attract the attention of readers eyes.

Now even if you are not taking advantage of this super plugin, just remember that your title also appears in search engine results, possibly the anchor text when a website owner links back to your blog and your title appears on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter when pulled in from RSS feeds.

So here are 3 quick ways to ensure your titles suck the traffic right from out under the other blog owners noses!

First, be personable, include YOU in your blog title.

People are always interested in the what's in it for me scenario, so tell them it's for them and they will want to read it, remember don't write your blog posts for the millions, target a specific group of people and your results will be much more fruitful.

Second, play with your words!

Of course you do want your most relevant keywords in your blog post title to ensure you attract the attention of the main search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing, but that does not mean your title has to be boring and turn your readers off.

Third, keep a blog title swipe file.

When visiting other blogs, look for the most popular posts and mimic them.

Notice which words they use apart from the main keywords.

Great words to use in blog titles can be:


How is the blog author making those boring old titles exciting?

Are they trying to shock?
Are they trying to be controversial?
Are they asking a question?
Are they being personal?

Once you begin to monitor the titles used by other, more successful bloggers, you will soon have a list of titles, that you can play around with to create successful blog titles of your own.

Just remember that your blog post title must be enticing and attention grabbing but be sure that your content is relevant to the title or risk the chance of negative comments.

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Friday, July 28, 2017

The Best Place to Put Keywords in Your Blog Post Titles

The Best Place to Put Keywords in Your Blog Post Titles

For search engine optimization (SEO) purposes, it is always a good idea to put your keywords into your blog post titles or the titles to any article that you write and post on your website. People find your blog posts in the search engines by looking for keywords and search engines base where the posts show up in the results based on many different factors, but keywords being one of those factors.

But where is the best place to put keywords in your blog post titles? Of course there are only a few places to put them; at the beginning, in the middle or at the end. There are only 3 choices, but the best place may not be the most obvious place.

The best place is actually the beginning (otherwise known as the left hand side) and there are a few different reasons for this:

People read from left to right. When a person sees the title for your blog post, they often decide if they are going to read it or not based on the first few words of the title. If you have a long title for a post and you stick the keywords at the end, you may lose some readers.
Search engines typically value the text that the crawlers "see" first. Due to this, there is going to be more weight placed on the words that are found first over the words in the title that are found in the middle or last.
A lot of people are using mobile devices these days and if your website is not set for mobile users, then long titles may get cut off and people may not scroll over on their screens to see the rest of it. Putting the keywords in the left hand side of the title will up the chances that they will be seen on mobile and smaller browsers.

A lot of people know that they should be using keywords in article and blog post titles. Sometimes the positioning of those words are not really thought about.


I have been working in Internet marketing, search engine optimization and freelance writing for nearly 4 years after leaving a position with a financial institution. I love the freedom it gives me and I get to do something new every day!

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