As you can see, it’s not only about creating random lists or a bunch of how-tos. Anywhere you look, there’s always something quality and beautiful to write about. But if that doesn’t work out for you, here are some tools you can use that I personally find helpful in brainstorming blog titles and topic.

KeyWord Tool

Can’t find the related word of the topic you’re thinking about? Or you want to know what’s on trend at the moment? This tool will help you find great keywords using Google Autocomplete search. On their website they say,

Basically, Google shows the autocomplete suggestions whenever you start typing anything into Google search box. It is in Google’s best interest to show the most relevant keywords in the autocomplete suggestions. Keywords that would help Google to retrieve the most relevant websites and help users find the most relevant content for their search query.

Blog About by Impact 

Feeling lazy and Need a blog post title generator?? This tool helps you brainstorm topics and choose a title that will generate more traffic to your blog. Best of all, it’s free.

Blog Topic Generator by Hubspot

You need 3 nouns and that’s all it takes. It will generate at least five topics that are relevant to your chosen words. Pretty cool, huh?

Blog Title Generator by SEOprocessor.com

Another site that generates blog titles or topics based on your one chosen keyword and by describing that keyword.

Headline Analyzer by CoSchedule.com

Want to know if your title will generate more traffic back to your blog? Well, that’s the job of this Headline Analyzer. This secret industry tool analyzes each word explicitly on your title based on a given research-backed statistics and tells you which word is strong or weak. It will also provide famous and useful words that you can use instead. This is by far my favorite blog title tool!

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Are there any additional header-making tools you can recommend and that works well for you? Leave it on the comment section below!

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11 Comments

  1. I haven’t heard about a few of these and I often struggle with coming up with good titles. I was beginning to think that the CoSchedule Analyzer hated me and that I should pay someone to write my titles for me! I love that there are other options out there!

  2. The only one I’ve heard of is the CoSchedule and I definitely use it. I think it has helped since I struggle with titles at times so I may have to check some of these other tools out. Thanks for the list!

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