Do I capitalize three or four letter words in my article's title? Words like 'wake' 'need'? I'm a little confused.
Yes. I capitalize almost all words in titles. Sometimes not words like "is" or "the" unless it's the first word of the title
While I can't see anything about capitalization, this Learning Center article has a lot of examples:
https://hubpageshelp.com/content/Learni … ndly-Title
When not sure you can always check proper capitalization online here:
I just checked your title: How to Wake up Early - Everything You Need to Know
and it got converted to:How to Wake Up Early – Everything You Need to Know
You can test what titles and descriptions look like in search engines (for length) here:
I suggest yo bookmark those 2 sites so they are always at hand.
Thanks for the link Sue, totheweb seems to have updated it's character limit unlike seomofo that I use.
But I would suggest https://capitalizemytitle.com the one Paul originally suggested. I only suggest it against titlecaseconverter because you do not have to click convert, it does it automatically as you type or when you paste the title in there.
Ah, OK Brandon, thanks. I like people who make life easier
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