Product Review: CoSchedule Headline Analyzer
What is CoSchedule Headline Analyzer?
- Simply put, it’s a free tool that will analyze, score and grade your headlines for maximum impact.
- It will teach you how to create a great headline based on proven scientific research.
- The Headline Analyzer looks for a balance of types of words in 4 categories: common words, uncommon words, emotional words and power words.
- It also provides you with examples of those trigger words, as well as a critique on your headline length.
- For example, optimal headlines should be roughly 55 characters long and 6 words long.
- Another feature is that it looks at words that standout when your readers glances at the headline.
- 98% (out of 100%)
- Garrett Moon
- Justin Walsh
- Easy to use
- Full of outstanding advice
- Extra helpful tips provided along the process
- Provides a large list of “power” words to choose from
- Allows you to try unlimited combinations of titles
- Provides very thorough analysis of your headline options
- Presents information in an easy to understand through engaging visuals
- Analyzer also provides some suggested keywords
- Good customer support
- This headline analyzer is a tough taskmaster – it can get frustrating
- It could take up to 15 versions before you achieve a great rating
- You need to be very patient when you are tweaking your headline
Let Me Share With You What I Have Learned:
- Positive emotional words work better than fear words (they provide a nice cheat sheet on this)…Examples include:
- quick advice to suddenly
- startling easy
- the truth about
- Must have
- Lists tend to pull better results than other types of headlines
- 55 characters with 6 words is optimal
- A few good words to start your title with include:
- How to…
- Boost your…
- 11 Tips to…
- The real truth about…
- It flat out works…I literally doubled my post views by tweaking a blog title. Check out this real example of a title I used last week: “Triple Your Conversion Rates: 9 of the Best Proven Ways”
Score of 84% is considered very good…
A+ is the highest grade you can get…
Although my word count is too high, it didn’t hurt performance…