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would you mind giving some examples?
I also like to study cover headlines on magazines...
had some vague feeling about synonyms in content, but never though about it for titles; good idea
As I read Planet13's comment, his thought wasn't to substitute synonyms to for the main keyword, which I agree would be a mistake, but rather to include them as extra vocabulary.
Use of synonyms also raises questions about co-occurrence effects of additional vocabulary beyond your core phrases in a title.
Are you sure that NEVER use words like the, and, or ... is correct?
As for lists, what about list separators and their affect?
but each title has the same format of "red widgets, history, reviews, information"
MyWidgetPage.com: all the info on red widgets
All the info on red widgets, by MyWidgetPage.com
It might not even be needed to have your domain name in the title, but if you have keywords as domain name, I think it is good to have it.
[edited by: dailypress at 9:57 pm (utc) on Jan 31, 2011]
>> It's better not to be tweaking titles after the page is indexed, so I want to start with a great choice.
What makes you think this?