I realize the Title Tuner is new; still in Beta testing. I have a suggestion for the next step:
It would be really great if we could select a specific title to which we could apply the tuner, instead of having random titles pop up with no writer control over which ones appear.
Go to the hub you are curious about and check the keyword search record. At the top will be listed the keywords that the Title Tuner would have mentioned.
That's a good idea for those who have a huge amount of Hubs, I imagine.
you never know which hub could have a better title so I think allowing all hubs to be tuned is a better idea though it's not unusual that many a hubs are not written for money like poems and need no title advices. --was it a correct sentence?
I assume the title tuner shows titles that it has enough data (searches) to base a suggestion on.
Any time I've ever used the Title Tuner, it only had suggestions for two hubs. I made some sensible modifications but no increase in views...yet.
I guess my other titles already had pretty effective keyword choices.
All the title tuner does is point out keywords that are people have found your hub with but that do not appear in your hub title. As such, there's no point in letting the title tuner run with another hub title because all it will do is tell you which keywords aren't in the title (which is something you can easily see yourself).
My tuned titles all gained a bit of traffic. So I found it helpful.
by Paul Edmondson 5 years ago
The title tuner was a bit of a baby of mine. There was a really high correlation with improving rankings by adding keywords and refining titles of Hubs for a long time. The tools purpose was to make it easy to tweak titles based on data. I called this inline analytics. ...
by Melanie Shebel 6 years ago
Maybe it would be cool if we could run the title tuner on a per hub basis so we don't have to wait for it to munch on all the data from all the hubs combined.That way we can quickly just get some title work done on a specific hub versus all of them.
by emdi 8 years ago
Did some of you noticed an option Title tuner in hubpages? It suggests you how to tune your title to get more traffic. It worked for me. There was 3 fold increase in trafic when I just added a key word hubpages suggested me in mzy title
by imatellmuva 8 years ago
The help instructions for the Beta Title Tuner says that you can click on any hub to change the title to improve traffic.BUT, when I click Beta Title Tuner, only one of my hubs populates. I have another hub, that I would love to use this tool for.
by Mary Hyatt 7 years ago
Just wondering how many Hubbers make use of the Title Tuner? I just rediscovered that feature, and I think it's great.
by Paul Deeds 8 years ago
Today we rolled out My Photos and the Title Tuner, two new Beta features that are available under My Account.In My Photos you have access to all the photos you've ever uploaded to HubPages. You can organize them into albums, add a description to them for later use, search them, and easily use any...
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