"A Rose By Any Other Name Would Smell as Sweet"
It's not that I don't realize that the title of a blogpost is super important - if you want your story read, that is. As a matter of fact, not only do I know this but I've written about it before: How To Write Titles Like a Pro.
And then, because that appears to be a rare talent and one I don't naturally possess, I forget what I've learned and I choose something boring or, perhaps, something unrelatable. And, of course, it's readily visible in my number of clicks.
A couple of days ago, I wrote a post entitled, "In the Spirit of Rachmones." Twenty-four hours later, a grand total of 14 people had read it. So, I changed the name.
I changed it to You Got To Know When to Hold 'Em, Know When to Fold 'Em and, as of this writing, 60 people have stumbled upon it. Nothing to brag about just yet, but, maybe, a small step in the right direction. After all, that is the reason we write. We want others to see it, relate, comment, offer advice, and learn from our experiences.
Will this affect my SEO? Well, in this Member's Only example, the answer is no because a private post is not SEO rated. Otherwise, who knows? I have no experience with this.
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Jill Sackler, NYS Real Estate Broker Associate based on Long Island's South Shore
Specializing in Lifecycle Real Estate Transitions
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