Use of quotation marks on titiles
Need advice. I often write titles like this; the title: " secondary title", or the title: secondary title. Any advice on this? Does the use of quotation marks have any effect?
I don't know of any reason to use quotes in titles Luis and don't see hardly anyone online doing it.A cleaner looking way to split them up would be to use the bar doohicker that I have no idea what it's called. It looks like as follows.
Bar Doohicker| How To Use The Bar Doohicker
Lol,you can just copy it and paste it into notepad and when you need it it's there. I think it looks better on search engines than the other options.
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