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Hi Everyone. My name is Lynne Clay, I live in a fifth-wheel trailer 24/7. My husband and I travel

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I'm writing an introduction for one of my posts and would like to know if my post title HAS to be included in it.

Any help would be great.

Thanks in advance.

Thanks for the GREAT question, Lynne! I learned a lot!

I'm glad I could help you learn something new too.

It is amazing what we can learn right here in the community, Lynne!

Jeff

Google seems like it that way, I always shoot for that, I make it my WA habit

Thanks, joe

It should also be in your first paragraph

Thanks, good to know.

If the post is a Keyword title that will be submitted to Google, then having the keywords of your post title in the first 10% of your post will help your SEO.
Having the complete title in the first 10% of your post works for SEO too.
As Steven said, either as text or as a heading.

Michael

Thanks, Michael

There is nothing set in stone that say you HAVE to include it, although its good SEO practice to have it in the introduction. (assuming your title is a targeted keyword and is explaining to readers what the post is about) Maybe in Heading 2 or Heading 3.

What exactly is the title gonna be? Does it make sense having it in the introduction?

Hope this helps

Steven

Hi, Steven
The title is How To Structure The Perfect Post In Minutes.
I was thinking about adding the 4 topics I'm going to cover in it too.
What do you think?

Just checked your website...great work by the way. But i am now confused do you mean structure a (blog)post or a post to carve lol?

Giggle,
Thanks for the laugh, no it's for a blog post and it's for another website altogether. I have an affiliate marketing website it's for that one. I've put my 2 carving websites on hold for now as I'm taking the Bootcamp training. So I'm working on a new post for a lesson.

Haha no problem.

I would say YES, just add it naturally into the first few sentences explaining your intention when writing the blog.
Maybe try something like...

Blog Post Title (heading 1)

Introduction and explanation (heading 2)

Just explain to readers how you have used the skill to structure other posts you have written...then use anchor text links to send readers to other posts you have written as an example

Steven

Ok, that's what I'll do. Thanks for the suggestion.
And thanks for letting me know to also use the H2 heading for my intro. I've never thought of doing that. It's a great idea. I'll try that too.

I was already planing on adding links to some of my other posts as well. But, thanks for reminding me.
Lynne,

You are welcome Lynne if I can help you again don't hesitate to ask.

All the best

Steven

Thanks, and you got it.

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Does your post title need to be in your introduction?

Does your post title need to be in your introduction?

asked in
Authoring & Writing Content
Updated

I'm writing an introduction for one of my posts and would like to know if my post title HAS to be included in it.

Any help would be great.

Thanks in advance.

Thanks for the GREAT question, Lynne! I learned a lot!

I'm glad I could help you learn something new too.

It is amazing what we can learn right here in the community, Lynne!

Jeff

Google seems like it that way, I always shoot for that, I make it my WA habit

Thanks, joe

It should also be in your first paragraph

Thanks, good to know.

If the post is a Keyword title that will be submitted to Google, then having the keywords of your post title in the first 10% of your post will help your SEO.
Having the complete title in the first 10% of your post works for SEO too.
As Steven said, either as text or as a heading.

Michael

Thanks, Michael

There is nothing set in stone that say you HAVE to include it, although its good SEO practice to have it in the introduction. (assuming your title is a targeted keyword and is explaining to readers what the post is about) Maybe in Heading 2 or Heading 3.

What exactly is the title gonna be? Does it make sense having it in the introduction?

Hope this helps

Steven

Hi, Steven
The title is How To Structure The Perfect Post In Minutes.
I was thinking about adding the 4 topics I'm going to cover in it too.
What do you think?

Just checked your website...great work by the way. But i am now confused do you mean structure a (blog)post or a post to carve lol?

Giggle,
Thanks for the laugh, no it's for a blog post and it's for another website altogether. I have an affiliate marketing website it's for that one. I've put my 2 carving websites on hold for now as I'm taking the Bootcamp training. So I'm working on a new post for a lesson.

Haha no problem.

I would say YES, just add it naturally into the first few sentences explaining your intention when writing the blog.
Maybe try something like...

Blog Post Title (heading 1)

Introduction and explanation (heading 2)

Just explain to readers how you have used the skill to structure other posts you have written...then use anchor text links to send readers to other posts you have written as an example

Steven

Ok, that's what I'll do. Thanks for the suggestion.
And thanks for letting me know to also use the H2 heading for my intro. I've never thought of doing that. It's a great idea. I'll try that too.

I was already planing on adding links to some of my other posts as well. But, thanks for reminding me.
Lynne,

You are welcome Lynne if I can help you again don't hesitate to ask.

All the best

Steven

Thanks, and you got it.

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