Blogging is an art that everyone is trying to master. One of the ways to master blogging is by writing blog post titles that always get the reader’s attention. In this video, I will share with you 5 ways to write blog post titles that will make people want to read your content and increase traffic to your blog as well.
If you know what the word talisman means, do you know what the word bilk means? Only use words in your blog post’s title that an overwhelming majority of people will know the definition of. Two synonyms for bilk are cheat and defraud which could be used in a blog post title instead of the word bilk.
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Headers and titles are crucial to your bullet journal—they’re the first thing you see when you open it, after all! Cute headers and titles can seriously take your bullet journal up a notch. They’re also so easy to make pretty, so if your artistic skills are a little lacking, they’re the perfect way to add some beauty to your pages! In this episode of Plan With Me, Margaret goes over 40 (!!!) different header and title styles, so every single page of your bullet journal can look as unique as you are.
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This video focuses on how to write an effective title for a research paper and specifically takes a look at the use of “catchy” titles. What words, phrases, and punctuation marks should you avoid in a scientific title? What is the right length for the title of a scientific paper? Should you pose a question or state a clear finding in a paper title? How can I make my scientific paper title more discoverable by search engines? You’ll find the answers to these questions and more in this video.
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Be sure to watch the video “Message in a Bottle: How to Write a Scientific Paper That’s Memorable”, which contains instructions about how to condense your study’s findings into a single sentence that can be used as a title: https://youtu.be/Kq6eubV4qGg
For more information about titling scientific papers, see the reference list below.
1. Goodman, NW. 2005. From Shakespeare to Star Trek and beyond: a Medline search for literary and other allusions in biomedical titles. BMJ 331(7531), 1540-1542. doi: 10.1136/bmj.331.7531.1540
2. Hartley J. 2005. To attract or to inform: what are titles for? JTWC 35, 203–123. (doi:10.2190/NV6E-FN3N-7NGN-TWQT)
3. Hartley J. 2007. Planning that title: practices and preferences for titles with colons in academic articles. Libr. Inf. Sci. Res. 29, 553–568. (doi:10.1016/j.lisr.2007.05.002)
4. Jamali HR, Nikzad M. 2011. Article title type and its relation with the number of downloads and citations. Scientometrics 88, 653–661. (doi:10.1007/s11192-011-0412-z)
5. Letchford A, Moat HS, Preis T. 2015. The advantage of short paper titles. Royal Society Open Science 2, 150266. (doi:10.1098/rsos.150266)
6. Lewison G, Hartley J. 2005. What’s in a title? Numbers of words and the presence of colons. Scientometrics 63, 341–356. (doi:10.1007/s11192-005-0216-0)
7. Michaels S. 2014. Scientists sneak Bob Dylan lyrics into articles as part of long-running bet. The Guardian. https://www.theguardian.com/music/2014/sep/29/swedish-cientists-bet-bob-dylan-lyrics-research-papers
8. Soler V. 2007. Writing titles in science: an exploratory study. English for Specific Purposes 26, 90–102. (doi:10.1016/j.esp.2006.08.001)
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