The team recently reinforced the idea that writing good titles is important for getting views here, yet, again and again when I check profiles, I see titles that are so generic and general that they would entice very few to read. You have to be specific and yet produce a title that whet reader's appetites for what you have to say.
You can't just title a hub "Dogs" or even "Small Dogs" for example. If you answer the questions what, who, why, where, when and how ( or at least some of them), you are more likely to produce more views for what probably is already a good hug.
What kind of dog? Who owns them? Where can you find or buy them? When is the best time for you to get a dog? and/or how to take care of a certain type of dog? (with specific details) will work better. You can go deeper with directions for such things as training, entering dogs into competitions, grooming tools for dogs, etc. etc.
See the difference?
The title is what brings readers to your hub, so it is important to make it attractive as well as informational.
I've gone the opposite route and made my titles too long. That is also a no-no. Been cleaning those up lately.
You can publish the results of your efforts in a hub titled "How to Write / Create / Make / Find a Good Title for Your Hubs / Articles | Tips / Strategies for Writing Better Titles | Title Writing Guide"
by Thallia Roberts4 years ago
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by Nancy Mitchell2 weeks ago
I've read time and time again how crucial it is to have a searchable title. Like many other writers, I've changed my titles quite a few times but haven't found success. Why don't the editors focus more on titles when...
by Dorsi Diaz7 years ago
When I first started writing at HubPages I was under the impression that one should make the url and the first title of their hub the same.So my question now is: When trying to write the url for maximum traffic, how...
by Mary Hyatt5 years ago
Just wondering...I write poetry because I enjoy it, but I wonder if it's possible to make any money with them. The advice I get is to write "evergree" stuff that will attract readers for a long...
by Ivorwen4 years ago
While trying to come up with a creative title, I found this title generator:http://www.fictionalley.org/primer/title.htmlThe titles it generated were not the most helpful, but it did get me thinking (and...
by Anita Hasch7 days ago
I hope somebody can help. I now have 49 hubs, and yet not one of them are seen by the search engines. When I click on their stats, it says under 'search phrases,' no search terms to add.(list of words that appear...
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