What Is the Proper Way to Write a Blog Post Title That Will Rank High on the Organic Search Engines?
Writing a Blog or Article starts with the most critical component of all. The Blog Post Title. If this is done correctly and keyword rich you can control 80% of the Organic Search engines traffic. Sending it to your website!
Can you imagine every person, in the entire world, running around without a name or a title? I can’t! We are talking total confusion. We solved that problem long ago and came up with a system that everyone can identify with a person over a name. When people that know Charles Montgomery hear the name they get an image and a mental database of that person. If we just described Charles, (Tall, Dark & Handsome) it’s possible they may think of someone else. In my case not likely, but possible. Now you can see the need for a title that creates a vision of what or who it is that you are looking for or talking about.
I am an Internet Marketer that works constantly at generating leads. I am currently working on an exciting project that involves writing Blogs that are very strong in SEO value to help rank keywords. I have learned that one small mistake can sometimes cost you several impressions. I have done considerable research and feel a need to not only educate myself, but to also part with some of my rambles with others.
The Blog Post Title of an SEO Blog or any Article you may write has incredible importance. It really is the most important element for writing SEO materials. The search engines give weight to things that match up with what the person types into the search engines. A proper title Blog Post Title will get top placement in the search engines very quickly. Top placement in the organics means FREE traffic to your website.
The idea or content of the Blog Post should take priority, but you have some work to do before you actually start writing the Blog Post Title. We have to think about the keywords we are trying to get ranked for in the Organic search engines. You can use any tool you wish to research some keyword analysis. The easiest and free is the Google Keyword Tool. If you have a Google AdWords account, your feedback will be more robust than you will get with the basic version. Either one will provide what you need to get your Blog Post Title written properly. This is not an article about keyword analysis so I won’t go into great depth, but I will explain the steps I have taken. I happen to use Market Samurai. No matter what program you use, follow these basic steps to select some keywords.