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?
I've tried. It's so slow (at least on my machine and/or browser) that it's unbearable, and so many of the results really don't apply anyway. Besides, in a way, I'm not as interested in how "whoever" found the Hub they did. I'm more interested in knowing about how people who didn't find it (using similar words) might, instead, find it. Oh well, it's not the title tuner. It's me. There's only so much patience, time, and interest that I have with some things.
I do not really use it because it always has adjustments to my hub title - no matter how many times I change them.
You have such a good point. Change the title one day, then use the title tuner a week later and it suggests you do something different. That's running in circles.
I would not mind it so much when we create the hubs for the first time but this tool does not run on a single hub anyway...
All the tool does is look through the last 30 days for what searchers used to end up on your hub. It cannot do anything for a new hub.
You can look for a single hub by opening that hub, then looking at the stats and keywords. You'll get the same results as the title tuner but just for that hub.
It also explains why it is constantly changing - searchers use different terms and enough of them will show up on the tuner.
It can be useful if used judiciously with care and a good helping of common sense.
try typing the title into google and click on 'related searches" on the left side.
To Lisa and Stacie, i give you two a big hug and kisses. Thanks for the response. Bless you two
Like Lisa, I lose patience with it because it is so slow, but also because it might suggest a word like "what" or "between" or "to" be added to a title, and I'm sorry, that's totally worthless.
I do look at the stats for each of my Hubs now and again, including the keywords tab. Sometimes there's info in there that I can add as a tag to my hub or use to modify the title. Much faster and more sensible than the title tuner.
I admit using it sometimes, but it doesn't work all the time. The ones[hubs] i effected the change on does not have the same traffic as before. I just wonder. . .
I use the title tuner intermittently and find it does help. Be discerning and make a choice of what will truly summarize the hubpage so readers won't be mislead. At the time the Title Tuner went live, I wrote a hubpage tutorial about some of the other new features you might enjoy reading. http://debbybruck.hubpages.com/hub/Lear … sted-Links
I use it occasionally. If I action what it tells me my titles end up like this...
How to Unclog a Drain - original title
Easy How to Unclog a Drain
Best Easy How to Unclog a Drain
Top Best Easy How to Unclog a Drain
Top Five Best Easy How to Unclog a Drain
Top Five Best Easy How to Unclog a Drain Marshmallow
... and so on
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