I have read over and over many of the ideas on learning pages. Suggested: short titles. I have perused through many hubs and find a huge percentage with very long titles. Opinion????
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by Moxyl 2 years ago
Just wondering what works better - long or short hub titles? And why?Thanks!
by yoshi97 9 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 change the URL later, so I was horrified when I was stuck with a URL that couldn't...
by sir_tallest 6 years ago
Where do you get topics or keywords you use when you write your blog or hubsI have been looking for good keywords and topics to write with but somehow I have not found keywords nor nice topics,,,,please can you share your ideas with me
by Appletreedeals 8 years ago
The forum is "knowledge exchange" so let me pose a question to pick your brain.Optimum length of title - Is short better than longThe basis of my question1. I know a title should contain your main most relevant keyword2. I know a title should grab the reader's attentionps. be glad to be...
by Melanie Palen 7 years ago
So............. the November contest looks like a lot of fun and I would like to try my hand at it. That said, I usually do keyword research for hubs before writing them and I'm kind of curious how to title these hubs based on my results.For example, let's say "Pictures of Butterflies" is...
by Catherine Giordano 3 years ago
I've seen conflicting advice in the forums about the length of titles. Given that google is always changing how searches are done, I thought some advice might be outdated. Is it better to have short titles of 7 words or fewer or is it better to have "long-tailed" titles with more words...
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