I use the Title Tuner. On my Butterfly Hub, it suggests that I use the word "cocune"????? The correct spelling is cocoon, of course. I'm not going to put a misspelled word in my title. What do you think I should do??? Thanks.
I used a grammar checker once, and did not bother to read the suggestions for changes it made, expecting it to be correct. I simply clicked on "change." I then printed off the fairy tale I had written and gave it to people to read. Only later did I read it and discovered that it had replaced the word "threw" with "through." The sentence read - "He through two shillings down into the wishing well." I have not trusted grammar checks since.
Hello Mary, I think the suggestions the Title Tuner offers you are search engine terms that people have typed in, in other words- your word was a typo someone made. I would ignore it too.
The Title Tuner is best used with 'intelligence' in the same way you would use a spell checker i.e. not use all that is suggested.
You are right about spell checkers, etc. I have read Hubs where the writer probably did a spell check, but didn't go back and throughly proof their work. I read one that I just know the writer was unaware of a misspelled word used twice. I felt like emailing the writer to let them know, but I decided against it. Was something like "there", but should have been "their".
When I tried title tuner just to see what it was, I get the same title I am already using?
The tuner just tells you what search terms people use to hit your page. No more, no less.
I've changed my titles on a couple of Hubs , so I'll see if that made a difference.
by Hello, hello, 8 years ago
I always discover things later when the whole world already knows. Well, today I discovered TITLE TUNER. Would you be so kind and explain how it works. The suggested word - do I click on it and then what happened?
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 Melanie Palen 6 years ago
The title tuner gives me an error after running for a quite a bit.Seems it's an issue with nginx
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 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 Mark Bruno 7 years ago
First I posted suggest Links not working and now just went to Title Tuner and nothing there, when I know that there were a few in my title tuner as suggestions by HP. Is that no longer too?
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