Tips for writing articles: titles and tags

I am going to share with you some article writing tips that will help you turn your great articles into great articles. Lots of people write great content with great catchy headlines, but they are missing a trick when it comes to ranking their content.

By making some minor changes to your title and also adding some subheadings, you will find that your articles will perform much better and rank much higher.

You are not only writing an article or post for someone to read, but you are also writing it for Google. These tips for writing articles will help you rank on Google and today I am going to share 3 of them with you.

By the end of the article, you’ll understand how to write your title, add subheadings, and make your URL more search engine friendly. So let’s look at the 3 different components and describe each one.

  • post url
  • Qualification
  • tags

post url – With an article directory there isn’t much you can do about it, however make sure your keywords are in the title so they are picked up when the URL is generated. With your blog, you need to set your permalink so that only keywords are displayed after your blog’s main URL. This can be set up in “Settings” and clicking “Permalinks”, and then simply adding this code where it says “Custom Structure” /%postname%/ This will allow you to customize your blog URL so that only the keyword appears.

Qualification – Your keywords should be the first words in your title, Google reads from left to right just like we do and gives more importance to words at the beginning of the title than in the middle or end. For example:

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Note that “Article Marketing Strategy” is my keyword, so I put it at the beginning of the title so that Google will give that word more value. This should be done for blog posts and articles.

tags – You should use H1, H2 and H3 tags in your posts, Google will give more value to H1 than H3, but it is worth adding them to your post and in different places. The same rule applies to H tags as titles, put your keywords first in the text.

Tags also help break up a post so it’s easier on the eyes and your reader isn’t turned off by a lot of words. They’re also great to use as subheads, which will help draw attention to the important information you’re trying to convey.

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