Why would my title tuner suggest Cinncinati is there an acute gnat problem there?
I have a hub called "Fungus Gnats; identify the point of origin of annoying little tiny flying bugs". The title tuner has suggested that I try to add "cincinnati" into the title. I am curious now to know if Cincinnati is overrun with fruit flies or gnats? Found this to be a strange suggestion, but maybe thats normal for the tuner.
If you click the little arrow underneath the suggestions, it'll show the search terms people used that precipitated the suggestion. If you see quite a few that have specifically searched for Cincinnati, then they may very well have a gnat problem.
That is indeed what it said. Hmm, I wonder what is going on. Not sure that I really want to work that word into my title. Thx Wychic.
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