Does Title Tuner literally add all the words it suggests to your existing title if you click update?
No, clicking 'update' only changes your hub's title to whatever you have entered into the text box. (which by default is exactly the same as your title)
The suggested words are what people have typed into search engines to reach your hub.
I don't always update my titles, but it is good to go through and see what words are leading people to your hubs, and if they should be in your title.
No. You should choose the word suggested wisely. I update some of my hub tittle with the word suggested in tittle tuner and also update summery, it is a a little bit increase my hub visitors. My trick: I just update word suggested which relevant to the keyword of my hub. thanks
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by Jonathan Wylie4 years ago
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