How to Optimize Blog Titles – 5 Easy Steps – #blogging

by Jason Nuss ~ July 25th, 2011

Jason Nuss Let’s start by saying that the following article/blog headline optimization tips are not something that I coined or created.  These are tried and tested content formulas that have been used for years.  The difference in today’s Search Engine age is that SEO (Google) has caused us to tweak the tried and true practices of years gone by.  In the past it was all about catching the eye.  Just get the person to look, or read the title, was important.  Well, guess what?  That hasn’t really changed with one exception, now we have to think about “searchability.”   


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