One of the most important things you can do when you create a blog post is to create a winning blog post title.
Useful content and stunning blog photos means nothing if you can’t get readers to click on your post.
Your blog post title is the single most important part of getting your readers’ attention.
Also, on-page SEO (Search Engine Optimization) is extremely important when it comes to getting lots of free traffic.
This post is about using SEO keyword generator tools to help you write better blog post titles.
Great Titles Start With a Trusted SEO Keyword Generator Tool
If you’re a new blogger you may not be familiar with all of the SEO keyword generator tools available. They are a great resource to populate specific wording to include in the permalink and blog post title.
If you have been blogging for a while you probably already know a few good ones online.
The first one that everyone recommends is the Google Keyword Planner Tool. It has changed over the last year. They now require you to run an add before you can know the specific details of keywords, such as the monthly searches. But you can still get a sense of which keywords to use just by looking at their estimated monthly searches and competition.
Keep Your Titles Interesting and Authentic
I always end up changing my blog post titles a couple of times before I settle on a permanent one. I use a headline analyzer to make sure my titles are interesting. I am also sure to cleverly use keywords without sounding robotic or inauthentic.
The title has to convey the exact information a reader will find if they click on my blog post.
It is important to try out a few headlines to be sure they are interesting and authentic to your style.
You don’t have to stick with using one site to gain keywords. There are other SEO keyword generator tools available both free and paid.
More SEO Keyword Generator Tools
I know this post is shorter than some of my others. However, I hope you were able to see how to use keywords in your blog post titles.
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