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Dog Sports: Does Your Dog Prefer Frisbees or Canine Discs or Squirrels?

Updated on March 19, 2016

Frisbee Would Not Be My First Choice


TItle: Frisbee vs. Canine Disc

A page about frisbees is going to appeal to people who know what a frisbee is.

YOU have to find out what the WORD is that people will be typing into google.

If your title is about Frisbees and the people know the frisbee as canine disc, you won't get any traffic from the title being Frisbees.

But, you may get LOTS of traffic, if your title is Canine Discs.

Or not.

Titles Matter

A page that discusses how a dog will respond to chasing a frisbee should be entitled something like Frisbees - How Your Dog May Respond.

Be direct. Don't be afraid to use the word Frisbee. If the word Frisbee is already in use, then you still use the word Frisbee, just add a small comment after the word. The chance of hitting someone else's title directly when you add to yours decreases with each new word.

Sometimes Dogs Don't Show Interest


Sometimes People Don't Show Interest Either

For example:

why are you reading this page? You obviously clicked on it for curiosity satisfying.

Are you still glad you are reading this page? Did you learn anything about titles? Was the title effective for you?

Sometimes, to select a title, it is helpful to go to Google and type in keywords to see what kind of titles are popular. If you type in Frisbees for Dogs into google, you find out that there are competitions for Dogs, but that they are called Canine Discs. Well. That means that if you make your title about Canine Discs - What Type Your Dog Likes you may get more people who are looking for frisbees, yet with the name they are familiar with...

Do you see what I am talking about?

Dog Sports

Some dogs are into sports. I have two dogs. One spends its time chasing squirrels.

There is a science to it. One must sit and stare at the squirrels. One must blend in with their surroundings. One must become one with the grass. Then, as a squirrel scampers down the tree and ventures onto the grass, one needs to activate and give chase.

My favorite day of watching my dog chase a squirrel was the day I listened to the dog barking at a pole that contained one squirrel.

The dog barked and barked and barked and barked and barked, until she was no longer a dog, but a little hoarse. Anyway, the dog must have become distracted by its own barking and the squirrel started edging its way down the pole. I don't know why the dog didn't notice, but the squirrel was coming down the pole and the dog didn't seem to move as the squirrel started moving around the pole. All of a sudden, the squirrel reached the ground on the side of the pole opposite the ground.

The squirrel made a beeline to the next tree, stopping halfway, turning around and it literally put its front paws on its cheeks and blew a raspberry at the dog, then started running again.

Well. My story about the squirrel spitting at the dog is a complete fabrication, but I told it to my grand daughter and she could hardly contain her laughter telling the story again.

.... you're not four, so you probably don't see the humor....


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    • Sandra Eastman profile image

      Sandra Joy Eastman 2 years ago from Robbinsdale MN

      I find this works to increase traffic but not always. Google is sometimes difficult to predict. Enjoyed your hub.

    • peachpurple profile image

      peachy 2 years ago from Home Sweet Home

      i got the point, the title of each hub must be a killer title