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I run an SEO article service in the UK, and am faced with the same problem dozens of times every day: how to write a great title. There's no doubt at all that when you're writing SEO articles it is imperative that your title works. But what is really meant by an SEO article title that 'works'? Works for what, exactly? Or for whom?An effective SEO article title has to achieve three things:1. Your article title has to appeal to real people, encouraging them to click on the link and read your article.2. Your article title has to honestly represent the content of your article.3. Your article title has to be optimised for the search engines as thoroughly as your article body.This is perhaps a simplistic view, but one which is useful as a start nevertheless. Let's take each of those points in turn and understand what's meant by each one, and then think more carefully about what's meant by optimising your title for LSI rather than merely SEO.A Title Must Attract AttentionClearly there's precious little point writing the world's most useful, most perfectly written and most entertaining article if you let the whole thing down with a title that provides all the stimulation and excitement of a damp leaf. Whether your SEO article is listed in the search engine results pages or within the pages of an article directory, it is almost always going to be the title of your article which people will see first, and often that's all they'll see.Your title must therefore give people a reason for clicking it and finding out more. Unless people click the links that take them to your article the page on which it has been published will receive virtually no traffic, resulting in your backlinks having almost no effect.Remember: backlinks on their own do almost nothing - you need to ensure that the pages on which those backlinks appear receive a good volume of traffic, and that's only ever likely if your title is well written.A title should give enough information to arouse curiosity, without giving so much information that the article seems relatively unnecessary.Your SEO article title might be written as a question - often a good tactic because by asking a question you almost force the reader to become actively engaged; whether they like it or not they'll probably be subconsciously answering your question as they read it.Including a number in your title is also a successful approach, since this implies real, hard, useful content that's well structured.A Title Must Be HonestSome SEO article marketers use a title a little like a worm on a fishing line, hooking the reader in with what seems like a very tasty offering, only to let them down when the reality is revealed.Many of the most reputable and worthwhile article directories will not permit this abuse of trust, and your articles will simply not be published. But even if your articles do manage to get through, fooling your readers is hardly a good way of representing your business.After all, once your reader has been fooled, they'll be well aware of this fact, and will be very unlikely to click your author resource links in order to find out more about your website. Once you've abused their trust and misled them, they're very unlikely to consider trusting you a second time.This is a huge mistake, since you already attracted their attention - you had caught yourself a reader, but then let them get away through your own laziness. If you want business, then you need to write titles which will be appealing and engaging, but maintain that appeal by fulfilling the implicit promises you're offering.A title that suggests you'll be telling the readers how to get hold of a free iPod when in fact your article only tells them where they can buy discounted iPods is likely to result in you maintaining a fairly untouched stock of iPods yourself.A Title Must Be Optimised For LSI, Not Just SEOIt is astonishing how many SEO article service providers still don't seem to understand the real difference between SEO and LSI, and every day I come across stacks of SEO articles written in such a way that Google's LSI (Latent Semantic Indexing) will simply ignore them entirely.I've already written many articles on LSI, and there isn't room in this article to cover the whole topic, but I will fulfil the promise of my article's title by giving you the following rules and examples:1. Use your keyword, but don't abuse your keyword. In other words, make sure your keyword or keyphrase appears once near the beginning of your title - and nowhere else in the title.2. Think semantically - what other words share virtually the same meaning as your keyword? Now, don't make the same mistake other people do who don't know what LSI means - avoid using those semantically identical words. Why? Because as far as Google is concerned, 'horse' and 'pony' are virtually identical in meaning. Creating a title along the lines of 'How To Look After Your Horse, Pony, Foal, Mare Or Stallion' will, as far as Google is concerned boost your keyword density to around 50% - article suicide.3. Think about LSI - what contextually relevant words might Google expect to see within your title? If your article is about horses, and your keyword is 'horse', then in terms of LSI, words that might be expected to appear within the title could be 'stable', 'groom', 'ride' and so forth. Include one or two of these if relevant and possible.If you're not sure about LSI, or even SEO, then gambling with your article marketing is rarely likely to pay off. The world of SEO article marketing is extraordinarily competitive; there is no such thing as a near miss in terms of optimising for the search engines or marketing your website through the use of articles. If in doubt, speak to an SEO article service that can make sure that for your business the letters LSI don't stand for Lost, Sunk and Invisible.
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