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Do your Web titles get the click?

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In this first of the “SEO copywriting checklist” series, I kick things off with a discussion of web page Titles - specifically, how to create yours so they “click” with Google and get the click from readers!

A lot of people look at page Titles as “the place that we stick our keyphrases so Google knows what the page is about.” But Titles are much more than that – they are actually your first conversions opportunity off the search engine results page.

So it’s essential to create a clickable Title – find out how!

The presentation ends with an action step for you to take.

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Do your Web titles get the click?

  1. 1. SEO copywriting checklist Do your Titles get the click?
  2. 2. Titles are often a missed opportunity - The search engine results page is your first opportunity for conversion. - Think of Titles like headlines - write them to get the click. - Include your main page keyphrases. - Keep the character count to around 59 characters (with spaces.)
  3. 3. Action step: Review your Titles
  4. 4. Get the real SEO copywriting facts - forfree! SEOcopywriting.com
  5. 5. Questions? Here’s how to reach me -Industry-endorsed SEO Copywriting Certification training - Writing services - Affordable SEO content reviews SEOCopywriting.com heather@seocopywriting.com Twitter: @heatherlloyd
  6. 6. Questions? Here’s how to reach me -Industry-endorsed SEO Copywriting Certification training - Writing services - Affordable SEO content reviews SEOCopywriting.com heather@seocopywriting.com Twitter: @heatherlloyd

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