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Create a clickable title that gets attention
Create a clickable title that gets attention
Create a clickable title that gets attention
Create a clickable title that gets attention
Create a clickable title that gets attention
Create a clickable title that gets attention
Create a clickable title that gets attention
Create a clickable title that gets attention
Create a clickable title that gets attention
Create a clickable title that gets attention
Create a clickable title that gets attention
Create a clickable title that gets attention
Create a clickable title that gets attention
Create a clickable title that gets attention
Create a clickable title that gets attention
Create a clickable title that gets attention
Create a clickable title that gets attention
Create a clickable title that gets attention
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Create a clickable title that gets attention

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http://mymissassist.com Missy Tincher of My Miss Assist. If you have written a blog post that you are sure has quality content and looks appealing, but it’s not receiving the attention you think it …

http://mymissassist.com Missy Tincher of My Miss Assist. If you have written a blog post that you are sure has quality content and looks appealing, but it’s not receiving the attention you think it deserves, the simple reason could be that you didn’t create a clickable title. There are many ways to create a clickable title, but here are a few suggestions to think about before you write your next blog post:

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  • 1. www.MyMissAssist.com Missy Tincher Content Marketing Manager
  • 2. • Have you written a quality blog • post, but it’s not getting attention? • The simple reason could be you didn’t create a clickable title. www.MyMissAssist.com
  • 3. • The Title is one of the most important pieces to your blog post! www.MyMissAssist.com
  • 4. • If potential readers feel that way about the title, they may think the article isn’t interesting, either. • They will move along without clicking on title. www.MyMissAssist.com
  • 5. • According to Copyblogger: • 8 of 10 people will read • a title, but only 2 out of • the 10 will read the • remaining content. www.MyMissAssist.com
  • 6. • An appealing title can make or break your blog post! www.MyMissAssist.com
  • 7. • The following are a few suggestions to think about before writing your next blog post: www.MyMissAssist.com
  • 8.  Capture audience’s attention  Explain why blog content will help them  Most are looking for solutions to their problems www.MyMissAssist.com
  • 9. Writing about a recent event or new announcement? Make a reference to that information in your title. www.MyMissAssist.com
  • 10.  Explain what you have written  Do not be too vague Tip: Never create a title that is not related to what you are writing about. That will immediately turn a reader off & they may never return to your blog. This tactic is deceiving and may ruin your reputation. www.MyMissAssist.com
  • 11. Add power words/phrases in title. Here are a few:  “How to”  “Where to find”  “Amazing”  “For newbies”  “Top #” (however many you are listing) www.MyMissAssist.com
  • 12.  Emotions play a big part in how your readers will react to your title.  If emotions are stilled, people are more apt to make decisions. Per Antonio Damasio’s somatic marker hypothesis, “ Emotions and their biological underpinnings are involved in decision-making (both positively and negatively, and often non- consciously).” www.MyMissAssist.com
  • 13.  Write how many points you are going to be writing about  Sets expectations for your blog post  How many issues  How many ideas  How many tips www.MyMissAssist.com
  • 14. • Writing about a specific location or person? Mention that. • If someone is searching online for that location or person, it will stick out. www.MyMissAssist.com
  • 15. • Include your main keyword/keyword phrase for your article in the title. • Place it towards the beginning of title. www.MyMissAssist.com
  • 16. Use less than 70 characters in your title to meet Google’s search engine results. If you don’t do this, the title will show up like this when someone searches online (…): www.MyMissAssist.com
  • 17. • These are just a few things to keep in mind when creating a clickable blog post title. If you keep the title compelling, engaging with emotions, use numbers or names, include a keyword phrase and do not make it too long, you will have a better chance of getting your blog posts read. www.MyMissAssist.com
  • 18. www.MyMissAssist.com Missy Tincher Content Marketing Manager

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