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Write Better Headlines: Free Headline Analyzer from CoSchedule

Write Better Headlines: Free Headline Analyzer from CoSchedule | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

Some headline types get more traction than others for social shares, traffic, and search engine ranking. The headline analyzer helps you understand your headline types to capitalize on this research.


List, “how to”, and question headlines typically see the strongest results for click-throughs. The headline analyzer shows you this and lets you know when you can improve a generic headline....


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rodrick rajive lal's insight:
I keep telling them that the longer the headline, the weaker the traction! It goes withought saying that headlines should be short, simple, crisp and yet hard hitting!
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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, September 14, 2016 7:35 AM

Use this free headline analyzer to write awesome headlines for blog posts and email subject lines that drive social shares, traffic, and SEO value.

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Free Technology for Teachers: Five Ways to Create Word Clouds

Free Technology for Teachers: Five Ways to Create Word Clouds | Writing about Life in the digital age | Scoop.it

This morning at the Massachusetts School Library Association's conference (a fun conference that I highly recommend) Pam Berger presented some good ideas for working with primary source documents and Web 2.0 tools. One of the ideas that she shared and others elaborated on was the idea of using word clouds to help students analyze documents. By copying the text of a document into a word cloud generator your students can quickly see the words that appear most frequently in that document. Here are five tools that you and your students can use to create word clouds


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rodrick rajive lal's insight:

This is interesting, word cloud generation! I guess we should try the word cloud generators to make the teaching of vocabulary more interesting. I mean after all learning and memorising the latin roots, and memorising word meanings from a dictionary might be necessary at times, but then it can also be tedious. 

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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, December 9, 2013 7:03 AM

Richard Byrne shares 5 useful ways and tools to create word clouds.

rebecca strohmetz's curator insight, March 9, 2015 4:05 PM

Word clouds seems like a great way to edit a paper and have a good fascinating title for a poster/magazine!