Long hub title draw better traffic?
Is it true that long hub title ( 10 words) could draw better traffic and more comments? I do see some hubs with long titles and many comments are left by hubbers.
Not so, It still depends on the keywords you used which are searchable in search engines. Better traffic would come if most of your keywords are used to be searched on search engines. like: "How to..." things like those.
thanks. So, if my hub title of 10 words have at least 5 keywords searched in search engines, it should be okay?
Yes it should be. Try on searching it if it would come. Normally, today, that would be on very first slot of answer but next time it wont (that's what on mine" so, its good to be wise choosing titles that would assure that it is searchable.
Hubs with longer titles may have better traffic if they use good keywords that people search for online. But just because a hub title is long does not mean it will have better traffic. It all depends on the topic the hub is about and what keywords, if any, are in the title.
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