How Do You Write Titles That Capture Your Reader’s Interest?
Readers usually read your title first thing. So how can you capture their attention with your title and keep them reading, especially if you’re publishing online?
A great tool will help you do that!
We love coschedule’s headline analyzer. This tool gives you an immediate analysis of your title.
Aim for a score of 70% or higher. If you don’t reach your mark, you can try another title. With each analysis, you’ll get a score, along with feedback for improvements.
Here’s an example of titles I tried for this blog post:
Writing good titles 43%
Writing titles readers read 36%
How to write titles that grab attention 54%
How to write titles that capture attention 59%
How to write titles that capture your reader’s attention 65%
How can you write titles that capture your reader’s interest? 73% Success!
Especially for digital headlines, try coschedule’s headline analyzer, available in a free or paid version. Look around their site and spend some time reading about the strategies behind good titles.
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