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What's the purpose of the “Title Queue”? Options
Posted: Thursday, July 28, 2016 3:13:43 PM
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The Title Queue is a planning tool that allows you to create a list of specific titles you’d like to enter on your editorial calendar and/or have a writer write for you. If you entered keywords or topics into your Master Topic List on the Topics screen in that project, those keywords will be available for you to use and pair with actual titles. The idea is to take those general topics and get more specific with clear titles that will capture the reader’s attention and make them click to read the article. It will also give the writer more direction on what to write about for each page. Use the drop down on the screen to select a method for entering your titles. If you need help thinking of compelling titles that will draw readers in, use our convenient Title Brainstorming Tool to find titles that others have published that seem to be performing well in terms of rank, traffic, and/or social sharing. This can indicate that people are interested in these titles, and you should consider creating similar content! Whether you are only planning, or you are going to assign titles to writers immediately, consider planning out the next several weeks or months of titles so you can get them on your calendar and stay ahead of your content schedule. You can create your title queue and then assign individual titles as you need them.
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