I’ve come up with 3 of the best headline generators for creating headlines for your blog posts. This is just my personal opinion of course. Two that I’ve chosen are on this list because they’re fun and different from the rest. The other is a HubSpot tool.
Do you use headline generator tools when creating titles for your blog posts? How do you come up with your blog post titles? Do you stick to the norm or do you like to come up with something a bit quirky and different? As I’ve already said in this post, if you don’t come with a good headline, no-one is going to read your post. Especially when your subject matter might be seen as well, a bit dull. Using a good headline generator tool will help you get more clicks. More clicks means more readers, more readers means more traffic to your site. Writing better headlines makes a difference between a blog post that people want to read and one that gets ignored.
Here are my 3 best headline generators that will give you ideas on headlines for your blog posts. These are my personal favourites and they are Answer the Public, Portent Content Creator and HubSpot.
I’ve seen quite a few people talking about this one lately. It’s been around for a while and I love it because it answers questions your clients, customers or consumers might ask when searching Google. When you go to this tool, you’ll see an old fella standing around looking bored. He is bored because he’s waiting for you to type something in and he’ll continue to look bored until you do.
What do you do when you search on Google? A lof of the time you’ll ask a question. This tool gives you results on who, what, why, how are and which, to go with the keywords you typed in. It’s A-MA-Zing. Look at the image below to see what I mean.
You can save the image and you can export the results to a CSV file. Using this tool with give you loads of ideas for titles of your blog posts.
I LOVE this tool. Every time I use it, it makes me smile. It’ll give you ideas for headlines that you most likely haven’t thought of. When you go to the tool you’ll be asked to put in your subject.
When you put in your subject it’ll come up with a suggestion for that topic. If you don’t like it you can keep clicking on the refresh button next to the subject field until you get one you like. It’s really clever and I like it because it gives you reasons why it’s come up with the words it suggests. Some of them you won’t be able to use. Some of them will make you laugh. Look at the one below.
Give it a go. You might find something you like, you might not. But you’ll have a laugh while doing it.
This is easy to use. All you need to do is type in three words (it suggests nouns) and it’ll come up with 5 days worth of headlines.
This is what it came up with when I entered ‘headline generator’s’ as my topic. I entered this in one box, not two, and left the other two blank.
I don’t know about you, but where I come from a week is 7 days. This gives you 5 results. Anyway, it’s a good tool and if you don’t like what it suggests you can try again. If you need help with writing headlines, have a look at this infographic from HubSpot. If you’re looking for a good headline analyser tool, I talk about this one from CoSchedule in this post.
What Are Your Best Headline Generators?
What tools do you like to use? Do you use any of the ones I’ve mentioned? I’d love to hear your comments.