I have noticed that the title tuner facility often suggests that I include a word that I already have in the title, just with a lower case first letter. Like my Hub on Beyers Naude it suggests I add the word "naude" when I already have the word "Naude". Does the search engines really look for and differentiate between words starting with upper and lower case letters? Do I really have to include a proper name with a lower case letter in a title?
That is interesting Tony - I haven't seen that. At the end of the day, they still found your hub and maybe it might be worth adding the lower case word as a tag but I doubt I'd put it in the title.
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...
by ChuckHuckaby 7 years ago
Let's say you thought you did awesome keyword homework before creating a hub, you found what you thought was a darn great keyword... little competition, decent # searches monthly, decent adsense and potential amazon earnings.You build your hub, you publish it and then a few weeks later Title Tuner...
by Carolee Samuda 5 years ago
I have not used the feature in a while so went use the feature but it told me there were no suggestions. This does not seem right as the last time I used it there were suggestions on some hubs which I did not use.
by Alexander Thandi Ubani 7 years ago
It always tell you to add this or that not considering whether it rhymes with your content or not. Are you using the title tuner? How does it work for you?
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 paradigmsearch 5 years ago
As observed by me and two other Hubbers.
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