http://hubpages.com/hub/Star-Wars-The-F … es-it-work
I added the review line to the title because I saw that it was an underrepresented google search. I didn't want to lose the original title, but now it seems a bit unwieldy? Is this an effective title for bringing in search engine traffic or would it be better to revert to a smaller title?
Personally I would just change the original title. All you're doing is adding the word "Review" on the end.
Star Wars The Force Trainer Review: How does it work?
You could try Star Wars The Force Trainer - How It Works and consider leaving out review.
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