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4 Tips for Writing Killer Blog Post Titles

February 10, 2017

 

Do you have an idea brewing for a blog post but unsure of how to catch your targeted audience’s attention in just a few quick words? It’s imperative to make the title count so that readers are enticed to click your link and read the full story. Here are four simple tips on how to craft the ultimate blog post title.

 

Keep It Short and Sweet

There’s nothing worse than having a long, complicated blog post title that turns off readers. When browsing the internet, bite-sized pieces of info tend to work best. Why? Because they are snackable, meaning easier to digest. The best approach is having the perfect balance of keywords to catch a reader’s attention while being simple enough to quickly comprehend.

 

Use Keywords

As a blogger, it’s imperative to know what your audience is looking for. Utilize Google Adwords to connect with readers and keep up with the latest keyword trends. Once you’ve chosen a keyword for your blog title, ensure that you post it as close to the beginning of the title as possible. This helps to catch the attention of your readers more than if it’s buried in a long-ass title.  For example, if you want to use the keywords “planner organization,” try titles like:

 

                Planner Organization 101

                10 Planner Organization Tips for the New Year

                5 Planner Organization Tips from the Pros

 

Pop a Question

Blog titles that ask questions immediately spark the interest of readers because they want to know what the answer is.

 

Keep It Fresh

With tons of blog posts out there, it’s critical to keep yours unique and find ways to stand out from the crows. Don’t be afraid to step out of the box and up to the podium to share your fresh and one-of-a-kind voice. Have something to say? Well, say it!

 

 

 

 

 

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