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How much time and effort do you put into the title for a blog post? I bet most people don’t put in anywhere near as much time as they should do. It’s hugely important and it’s worth spending half an hour or even a whole hour trying to get it perfect.
There are many things to think about and I came across this useful article: Advanced tactics for SEO title tag optimization. It could do with more examples, but it’s worth a read.
We always spend 2 hours to make the title best and research how it will be popular among the same content available on websites.
We mostly make titles about web design services it need more time than other topics.
I don’t spend 2 hours on a title, but I do a little research into it. I open an incognito/private browser window, go to Google and start typing. You can see search suggestions and these are what people are looking for. If you choose a similar phrase to one of the suggestions, you could get good traffic from Google search.
You do have to bear in mind the competition and don’t go head to head with a big high ranking website. Check the search results for a search phrase and choose one with competitors you can beat.
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