Increasing Web Traffic – Getting Found on Google With A Great Headline

Copywriting is often overlooked, particularly by people who run small businesses. A great piece of writing can make all the difference in a Google-driven online world, increasing your web traffic and engaging your visitors.Some business owners want to take responsibility for their creating their own content. If you’re one of those, you might have started out great – but four or five articles in, you’re stating to struggle. You’re running out of topics and no one seems to be responding to your posts. To create great content, you need to start with a great headline. You need a hook – an engaging way to get customers to click on that link. Increasing web traffic – getting found on Google – is attainable, but it certainly helps if you have a few tips and tricks up your sleeve.

One of those shortcuts is using an automated “headline” generator. You put in a few key words and presto – the system generates a bunch of different options for you. These generators can also help you come up with a new and interesting take on your subject matter.

Example:

Topic:

Headline Options:

great customer service

Where Great Customer Service is Headed over the Next 5 Years
8 Important Rules About Customer Service
The 5 Worst Example of Customer Service in History

Here are a few of our favouite (free) headline generators:
http://www.hubspot.com/blog-topic-generator
http://www.portent.com/tools/title-maker
http://www.buildyourownblog.net/the-blog-post-ideas-generator
http://ideas.contentforest.com/

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Terry Rajaram

Written by Terry Rajaram

Terry is Hyperweb’s technology expert. He likes to educate in all areas of web development through his informative blog posts. Terry writes about the ever-evolving area of SEO to keep his clients as current as possible. He likes to go for a long run to help offset his time in front of the computer.

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