How to Place a Long Tail Keyword into a Page Title
PAGE 1: Keyword placement in title is important
PAGE 2: Why you should use long tail keywords
PAGE 3: How to use a long tail when page title is one word
PAGE 4: Why using Save Draft makes everything easier
If you don’t know it already, the placement of your target keyword in your page title will greatly enhance your page and post rankings in Google. Though it is not mandatory that a keyword appears in the title, I am pretty sure many of us strive for it. But did you know that where it appears in the title can greatly help?
KEYWORD PLACEMENT IN TITLE
The closer to the beginning of your page or post title your keyword appears the better and if you can make the entire title to be the keyword that is the best scenario. However getting your keyword as the actual title can be difficult sometimes, especially if you want to use a long tail keyword. In just a bit I will show you how I get a long tail keyword into my title when the title is only one word.
I personally do not have any problems using long tail keywords as my entire title when I am publishing a post, see above image, because I am not restricted in space as I would be with page tabs in the top menu. Because blog posts do not have that space restriction, is why the majority of my blog post titles are one long tail keyword.NEXT UP = Why you should use long tail keywords more often