We’ve heard over and over and over again that content is King. But we also know it doesn’t matter how royal the content is if no one opens your email or goes to your blog post to read it.
The best way to get someone to click through and read your email or newsletter or blog post is to have an enticing headline or title. But let’s face it, sometimes it’s just not that easy to come up with catchy titles and headlines. Heck, sometimes it’s even tough to come up with a good topic!
Here are 4 little apps to help you come up with titles and headlines and topics for your royal content.
The Best Title Generator: Fill in your keywords and get 700+ headlines with one click. This one should give you enough fodder to mix and match and come up with something you like.Content is King ONLY if your royal subjects click through to read the post!Click To Tweet
Portent: Fill in your keyword/keywords and this one pops out one title at a time. It may only be one title, but it can sometimes get interesting. One interesting headline might be just what you need 😉
HubSpot’s Blog Topic Generator: Enter up to 3 topic keywords and Hubspot’s blog topic generator will spit out a week’s worth of blog topics just for you. If you fork over your name and email address, it will spit out enough topics for a full year.
CoSchedule Headline Analyzer: Now this one is my favorite. Why? Because after you use one, or all, of the 3 apps above to find your topic and your headline, you run it through this little gem to make sure it’s zingy and catchy and has all of the right elements of a good headline.
So if your mind blanks out the next time you’re trying to come up with a title or headline, or even a topic, try one of these free apps to see if it helps come up with a topic and headline for your royal content!
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