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Headline Analyzer With CoSchedule

The Headline Analyzer is an awesome tool to help you achieve the best possible blog post headline and will help grab the attention of your audience.


Enable Headline Analyzer

1. Go to Settings > Integrations. Click Add Integrations.

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2. Locate Headline Analyzer and click Enable.


Analyzing Headlines in Content

To open the Headline Analyzer inside of the content, click the Headline Analyzer menu. Here you will see the stats about the analyzation of your headline.

The Headline Analyzer will display the Word Balance ChartWord Count, and Character Count. There will also be two links that will take you to our document about the Best Words for Headlines and a link to give you a complete Full Analysis on your analyzed headline.

In your Word Balance Chart, you will have 4 different categories of words. This will show you the percentage of each category in your headline.

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Types of Words:

Common Words: These words make up the basic structure of readable headlines. Great headlines are usually made up of 20%-30% common words.

Uncommon Words: These words occur less frequently than common words, but give your headline substance. Great headlines are usually made up of 10-20% uncommon words.

Emotional Words: These words frequently stir an emotional response in the reader. They have been proven to drive clicks and shares. Great headlines are usually made up of 10-15% emotional words.

Power Words: These are words or phrases that indicate intense trigger words that frequently command a reader'ss attention and action. Great headlines contain at least 1 power phrase or word. 

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Keep Track of Old Headlines

The Headline Analyzer will keep track of the old headlines you have created for your current content so you can compare them to the others. To view all past headlines for this content, click .

We're really excited for the Headline Analyzer and think it help you write better headlines. If you would like to learn more about it, you can read here.

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