Top 7 Tools for Finding the Best Headline’s
How do you know what the right headline of your posts and pages should be?
We have gathered a number of tools below that helps you find the right headlines, quick and easy.
Microsoft, Bleacher Report, and NBC Universal all use Optimizely to get the most of their headlines. The company goes beyond A/B testing headlines by also including multivariate testing.
This means you can test whether different combinations of images and headlines generate the best results—which is important when you consider that visuals are one of the main drivers of social sharing.
The Content Strategy Helper by Built Visible is actually a Google Doc tool that generates blog topic ideas right into your Google spreadsheet.
The tool gathers information from Google News, Google Insights, Reddit, YouTube, Topsy, and more sources to show the stories everyone is talking about.
As a bonus, it also offers outreach contacts for relative topics, which is always handy.
The Content Ideator is an easy-to-use topic generator tool that’s similar to Portent’s Content Idea Generator.
Input your noun of choice, and it will show you all the results related to your keyword. You can view up to 90 pages worth of topics according to your search.
TweakYourBiz is similar to both the content generator and blog topic generator — enter a keyword and the tool will create a big list — hundreds, actually.
Your page will be filled with a number of topics that are divided into different sections such as List, Best, and How-to.
This categorization will help you easily find and choose the right headline.
HubSpot is the biggest tool in the world for marketing automation.
Type in three keywords you want to work with and click “GIVE ME BLOG TOPICS.” The tool will provide a list of related topics.
Not all will be suitable, but you’ll find a few good ones.
CoSchedule’s Headline Analyzer is based on the real success of past headlines on the web, offering any headline you enter a strength score between one and 100.
It includes factors such as how common the words are, as well as measurements of emotion and power.
It will also let you know if your headline is too short or too long, and allows you to input tons of iterations so that you can work toward the highest score possible.
Inbound Now is yet another good tool to find good and catchy headlines for your title post.
You don’t have to enter the keywords.
Inbound Now by default will give you a button and you have to click that button and it will show you cool titles. Give it a try.