Today’s guest post is by David H. Safford. Are you struggling with your title?
“ If you’re genuinely interested in writing better, catchier, and awesome-r blog titles for your already great content, you need to read this post now.”
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Do you like catchy blog titles like these? Data and psychology say you do. And so will your audience when you apply this method to your own blog posts. So would you like to learn how to write catchy blog titles like that?
“ It is interesting to know that creating shareable post or content is a scientific process and follows certain principles. Social media platforms are now used for marketing by manufacturers and marketers. Like any online marketing site these are informative, inspiring and interactive. It invites viewers to participate in activities like taking part in competitions, invite …”
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You wrote a book. You are writing a book. You are prepared to write a book. And of course, it is important that your book or future book will get a decent title. Catching, attracting curiosity, but not telling too much about its contents. Now, what are you doing?
I have asked as many writers as I could: “How do you find a title – and when do you try to find a title for your book?”
And I got as many answers as I asked authors.
Some of them find them at the beginning, or before they even started. Some can think of a title while they’re still writing and some are thinking forever about it after the book is completed.
For the past few days, I have tried to research some information on how to find a book title for my book(s).
August 1, 2013, Writer’s Relief…
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Terms for members of the aristocracy are often applied by extension to other, often colloquial, usage. Here are titles of English nobility and some of their other connotations.
Book coach and marketing consultant Lynn Serafinn shares her top tips for creating a book title that invites your ideal audience to check out what’s inside.
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