I understand that you will click the second title 95 times out of 100 compared to the first.
Possibly click the first one when you’re blindfolded! Haha!
The first title sounded quite dull. You want to devote your precious time to something that expresses the enthusiasm and interest within you. This will be the main reason for clicking on the second one.
According to the knowledge of that time, I worked hard on the first title & content as well.
Still, no upsets!
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5 Steps in Writing a WOW Title for Travel Article (That Viewers Would Love to Click)
Travel articles undoubtedly circle the places.
Things to do in ______
How to reach _______
The aim here is to make the title catchy so that it doesn’t look monotonous.
Most importantly, the title should not seem dull to you, as you are the one who will create the content going forward.
So, you have to be involved just like you are out there and creating exciting and unusual content.
I have further divided the creation of the WOW title for travel article into 5 easy steps –
1. Uncover Compelling Examples from your Travel Stories
We are focusing on travel articles, be it your own experience or research.
The first step to write a compelling title for travel article is to dig up your memory and note unusual or striking examples.
I’ll take the story below as an example for the entire article.
You can read the following story thoroughly, and I will write striking points from it.
The short story begins –
The short story ends!
Taking-Out Striking Points
Can you point out any striking and notable points?
Let me do this-
(The points below are not titles, just lines that would be further polished in making the title)
As soon as I got down at the Delhi railway station, I felt someone had stolen my wallet.
The wallet was in the front pocket, and I shouted throughout the train station that the wallet got stolen.
If I ignore the middle story,
I’m guaranteed the points below will sound flat.
If I’m not excited about what I’m making, how can I expect the readers to like it?