Sometimes I’m so thrilled to write a post with so many ideas coming running to my mind and I actually sit down to write pouring out everything.
Some posts turn out well and some of them I feel could have been written better but each one of them is written with love, enjoyment and dedication.
With all that hard work that goes into writing a post and also keeping in mind that it turns out not to be too lengthy cause people nowadays show less interest in reading a way too lengthy post due to laziness perhaps or ‘no time’ excuse which is a very common reason to not actually read a well written post.
Once everything has gone perfect the problem for me arises when it’s time to give a suitable title to it. Sometimes I just go clueless as to what title do I give to my post??!! Does that happen to you guys ?
I just sit on my couch /chair literally thinking what best title would suit the post and when absolutely nothing flashes in my mind I put up an emoji symbol as the title and somehow I’ve been lucky that it coincides with the theme and nature of the post.
But at the same time I do not worry much about it as it’s the contents of the post that matters. If the title goes well with the post then your hard work pays off . If not, then too it’s absolutely fine and nothing to worry about. We aren’t professionals!
But, yes, titles are important to a post and that’s the first thing that one notices and reads before actually going for the post. Sometimes the titles of posts are so catchy that it builds an interest and a curiousity in me to read it soon without wasting any further time.
Just by reading the titles one can actually guess what could be the genre of that post. In other words, it can act as a lifeline for the post. And at the same time a no-name post could be lifeless, like a curry with no tadka and masalas to spice it up.
So, I stop now by conveying the message that ‘titles’ to posts makes it more beautiful in all senses and it stirs up a tendency to just start digging into the contents of it as soon as possible without batting an eyelid!
Happy title – naming.