Is the title too long? I like the first part as a title, but I know it would be too obscure for search engines. At the same time, the two sentence version is quite a mouthful. Should I trim it down to just the second half?
I decided to shorten it somewhat. Used to be "Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss; Is Barack Obama Going to Bring the Change We Really Need?"
Input is still very much welcome.
I don't know anything about search engines, but if it were my title it would be: Will Obama Bring the Change We Need?
Thanks alot, I had already decided to drop the first half of the original title.
Writing long title is in a way good because it will have more words that will be caught by search engine but too much of it will be harmful. Put a balance between the length of the title and the main keywords it uses which are relevant to the content inside.
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