What is the Title Tuners feature for? I clicked on it and all it showed was alist of my titles.
It's a feature that allows you to optimize your titles based on the keywords people are using the find your hub. Given enough traffic it should offer suggestions on keywords that you could incorporate in the title to strengthen visitors from those sources.
If you click on the individual title, you will see searches broken down.
Here's the Learning Center entry on the Title Tuner: http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/title-tuner
It's a great tool!
by Moxyl7 months ago
Just wondering what works better - long or short hub titles? And why?Thanks!
by yoshi976 years ago
For a long time it has puzzled me how one of my hubs keeps doing great, when it shouldn't. You see, I started a hub on one topic and then changed my mind in the middle of it.Now, back then I had no idea you couldn't...
by Ryan Hupfer7 years ago
I didn't really think that it was appropriate to create a video for this, but I did want to bring up something that's as important as anything else when it comes to writing a Hub (well, besides writing great content, of...
by Thallia Roberts3 years ago
While entering "pant..." I got an interesting hub title suggestion:"Smart Ass Thong Panties for Moms Product Review"Sure is an interesting topic! I suppose it would be fun to write about, but...
by Nathan Bernardo3 years ago
It seems to me they are. You find out what's searched on the Internet and put it in the title of your article. But it seems to me, some of it is just logic; What will someone likely type into the search engine? No one...
by Sally Gulbrandsen5 months ago
My most recent hub was Snipped and given a new short title by staff which does not properly reflect the contents of the hub. Views have been negatively impacted and have not picked up after the change. ...
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