Do you use the title tuner tool?
I was researching it lately and wondered if anyone had experience with it? Did you take it's suggestions and see improvement with search engine traffic? Did you see a drop, or no change at all? Thanks!
I do use the title tool because I have a hard time choosing good online titles. If I were writing magazine titles they would be great, but getting the right online grabber, is a real art. The tool has been helpful in revising titles for me; adding a word or two that will get searched for. However, be careful not to over do the revision. Too many obscure words can turn a reader away, and on occasion, the title tuner gets too helpful with a large selection of words. So, use some of the suggestions, and maintain a comprehensive title that tells the searcher what it is you are writing about. Before a hub can be successful, it has to get found. Thus, being a searchable title is your hub titles most important job. You are sure to see an increase in readership in a short time. Good luck!
Hope this helps!
1. Yes I do use it, and/or consider it's suggestions in order to either re craft my titles or leave them be.
2. I think it's an OUTSTANDING feature that this site gives.
3. Sorry, I really can't say for certain about changes in traffic, I now have too many hubs to pay close attention to all of them; and I only want to produce more hubs.
4. Really, this site gives you every single last thing to succeed, you'd have to have a personal tutour about hub creation to need get a more thorough and diverse opportunity to make money on the net than what this place is doing.
Yes, I do use it.
Honestly, I do not monitor traffic closely enough to say if it has made a difference or not......sorry. It is enough to me, just to know that people recoginze my name and read my work.
My thinking is this, if My Title can be 'fine tuned' to be more readily picked up by the search engines, it is worth the effort.
There have been a few titles that I chose not to tweak. I just did not want to alter it.......it changed my entire message.
I have used in 3-4 hubs where they have worked well. I don't want to use it for all the hubs.
yes, i want to. but it doesn't giving any suggestions for hub titles.
Yes because after my Hub has been published for awhile it helps me evaluate what words are missing and how to reconfigure my title if needed. Sometimes I just look at it as a way to find new keyword groups to backlink for.
Yes, I use it, and it has often proved helpful. On the other hand, it is sometimes impossible to include suggested words, since the Hub title might end up having nothing to do with the Hub's content, or the title might become far too long.
Yes it improves my readers numbers as well as improving my hub score.
I haven't had the pleasure. I checked when I posted my hubs, but it hasn't suggested any changes yet. The only thing that I can say about it is a word of advice to watch what words it suggests to make sure that it is relevant to your hub. This also goes for the link suggestion tool, so you're not linking to other hubs that are totally unrelated. It may help your hubkarma, but it doesn't do much for either the reader's experience or for any SEO that may be at play.
I've had the same experience as Iamalegend. I've only got 7 hubs though.
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