Thank you Mary and Henneke. These exercises help tremendously already.
Here are the 3 headlines I chose for today:
1) [How to be] Just like everybody else: my autistic brother’s journey at the Safari camp
2) How to fit in: my autistic brother’s journey at the safari camp
3) How the Safari camp taught my autistic brother to fit in
I tried the “list” option but since this is a story, I don’t think it would be right for the content. But I’m adding one list option anyway..
4) 5 Things the safari camp taught my autistic brother about fitting in
I like the 1st one the most.
Now, some questions…
Can “list” headlines work with stories in posts?
I read that with an SEO perspective in mind, keyword position matters, but I feel like headline quality is above all. So I found myself liking the headlines that put benefits first, keywords later (but they will all fit in search results). I wonder what’s your take on this?
Just two notes- my brother mentioned is not my biological brother, but a child I worked with for many years. He’s just like a brother to me, so I still want to call him my brother in the headline.
The Safari is probably the most famous zoo in Israel which has camps every year. Parents to autistic kids know and search for them, so it’s important for me to have this keyword in there.
Can’t wait to hear your thoughts 🙂