Posts tagged keywords
Ask yourself a quick question, “Do I write keyword-rich article or subject titles?”
Example 1: “Home Theater”
* This article title is too short to get any hooks and the reader has to simply guess what your angle to the topic is.
Example 2: “Home Theater Components”
* This is better, yet still does not explain why someone should read the article.
Example 3: “Home Theater Audio and Video Components That Will Make Your Friends Envy You”
* Now we have picked up a 2 more keywords, “audio” and “video” and a reason why to read the article.
Example 4: “Home Theater Audio and Video Components, Speakers and Setup – 7 Tips to Amp Up Your Sound”
* Here you see multiple, high-value keywords, gave a good reason to read the article, and even used a high-value keyword as a verb, “Amp.”
Not sure what keywords to use? For good keywords to use in your article titles, use an online tool such as Google Suggest, GoodKeywords, or Wordtracker to help identify them.
Also ask yourself another question: “Do the first three or four words of my article title introduce the topic of the article?”
1. Avoid starting your title with ‘throw away’ or ‘junk words’ and conjunctions, like “a” or More >