Optimizing Keywords In Your Post Titles
Keywords in the body of your posts are really only the icing on the cake, but the real guts of getting good rankings for any given blog post consists of having the right keyword titles.
Most bloggers when they write a headline they have some idea about what keywords they want to
include in their headline as they know the importance of rankings and SEO for it but yet they fail to research keywords properly for any given headline.
Bloggers know how important it is but! Sure they think of using keywords in the title that they think they well rank well for, I repeat, that they THINK they will rank well for, but they fail to quickly research these keywords that they use in the headline before posting.
If they do research the keywords in the headline it can take them up to 15 mins as they will need to use
3 different windows to check stats including Google Insights, Google Trends and Google Competition
window and to go back and forth and is tiring.
Because the post already took too much of their time and they have already lost their patience they are
now are ready just to post it and get it over and done with, so they fail to implement and forget about
how important the main part of the post is, the headline, the keywords in the headline not only strikes the
audience for them to want to read more but also stand a good chance to get noticed in Google.
So is there an easy and quicker solution to finding keywords for post titles?
Yes there is, Keyword Winner was recently released to the market and is now the fastest growing SEO
WordPress Plugin on the internet. It allows you to find very quickly keywords based on its competitive
nature to suggest the best keyword to use for your blog post titles and saves minutes or hours of your time
researching and implementing all of this.
Don’t be fooled…
The real truth is that if you have low competition titles then you can rank high for any keyword whether
you have a new or old site. So Keyword Winner is great for those sites that are not only struggling to have
their posts reach the top for any given headline but also handy for more experienced sites that want to
rank for high competition headlines.
So remember headlines
Remember having a powerful headline is almost everything. Without a powerful headline you can not
attract readers to go through the rest of your post. So the key here is to really hit two things in one go, by
having a powerful headline and one that is optimised so that it gains the most website hits and readers
leading to more sales and conversions.
This post was Written by Daniel Lew Creator of Keyword Winner.