I need 20 title topics related to "go green" or "living green." The titles need not be keyword rich but just need to be useful and interesting. Can you suggest me a few such title topics for articles.
X = Some number
-X Ways to Go Green in Your Backyard
-X Green Dog Toys
-How to Go Green in Your Kitchen
-How to Go Green But Still Be Able to Enjoy Life (and not have to use crystal deodorant because it doesn't work... and baking soda toothpaste tastes like butt)
-How to Decrease Your Carbon Footprint
-X Green Electronics
-X iPod Apps for Greener Living
-X Green Toys for Toddlers
-How to Save Money Going Green
-X Tasty & Affordable Vegan Recipes
-How to Find Out How Much Energy Your Electronics Use
-Lower Your Energy Costs by Going Green
-How to Convince Your Family to Go Green
-Top Green Products for 2012
-X Green Household Products You SHOULD Be Using
-X Green Companies to Invest In
-X Green Products You'll Never Use
-X Green Products for Your Bathroom
-X "Green" Products That Are Actually Bad for The Environment
This is fun! I wish HP paid me to do this, I could go all day!
*Wink wink* *Nudge nudge*
Let me know if this helps.
That"s awesome Melbel. Don't know about Hubpages but I can pay you with a Lifetime friendship for this great help.
Wow... a great pack of suggestions. I think here all the hubbers are helpful ....
Two ideas, not sure on how they would rank SEO wise.
How to reduce your carbon footprint.
Do wind turbines really work?
Wow Melbel, that's quite a list!
Some of those could even be subdivided.
Composting is one topic.
One possible topic could be a how to, another could be a lifestyle piece, or an anecdotal about how you got into it.
Personally, I don't do much composting. What I do is save my used coffee grounds and add them to my yard.
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