Introducing ExactMetrics 6.2 With Built-In Headline Analyzer

Introducing ExactMetrics 6.2 – Best Free Headline Analyzer

Are you struggling to get any clicks and boost your website’s rankings? The first thing people read on a blog post is your headline. And if it doesn’t hook your reader’s attention, then you’ll lose potential leads and customers.

But what if we could help you out?

That’s right! We’re thrilled to introduce our latest feature, ExactMetrics Headline Analyzer tool. You can now write copies that can skyrocket your click-through rate and increase your web traffic.

Here’s a closer look at ExactMetrics 6.2 release…

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Write Compelling Headlines Easily

Would you like to get immediate feedback about how attractive is your headline?

If you have the data to improve your titles, you can ensure that your site gets a lot of traffic. And more traffic means you have a higher chance of converting visitors into paying customers.

With ExactMetrics Headline Analyzer tool, you can now review your headline copy in your WordPress editor and get recommendations right there and then.

No need to switch between browser tabs or windows to analyze your titles!

gutenberg headline analyzer tool

Just hit the headline analyzer button and it will show you the score of your title. You can then improve your score by following the recommendations.

use the right words to get more clicks on your SEO titles

By adding power words and emotional words, you can instantly capture your reader’s attention. They help spark an emotional response from your audience and increase your chances of getting more clicks.

Optimize Your Headlines for Search Engines

Did you know that clicks can improve your SEO rankings?

If your post gets a lot of clicks, then it shows that it’s helpful to your readers. This sends a positive signal to Google and it will boost your page’s ranking.

But one of the mistakes many marketers and website owners make is not keeping their headlines within the character limits defined by search engines.

Usually, a good practice is to keep your titles around 55 characters, so they aren’t shortened when displayed on search results.

This is where ExactMetrics new tool comes in handy. When you analyze your headline, it will show the character count along with a preview of your title in the search engine.

You can then edit your SEO headlines to keep them within the character limit and ensure readers can fully read your title.

optimize seo title for length

That’s it for today!

To get your hands on the headline analyzer tool, get started with ExactMetrics today!

And we’d like to thank you for your continuous support and helping us make ExactMetrics the best premium WordPress Analytics plugin.

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  1. Buenos días, me gustaría probar ExactMetrics gratis, quisiera hacer las pruebas de su efectividad en la web.

    Un saludo

    Good morning, I would like to try ExactMetrics for free, I would like to test its effectiveness on the web.

    1. Hi Marcos! Instead of having a demo / trial version, we want our customers to be able to have the full experience of our product without limits. Therefore we offer a 14-day risk-free guarantee instead.

      What that means is, if you decide to give us a try and you don’t like our product over the next 14 days, you can contact our team and we’ll happily refund 100% of your money. No questions asked.

      Or if you’d prefer, you can use ExactMetrics Lite

  2. From the post, it appears the Headline Analyzer works only with the Block Editor, Gutenberg. If blog owners prefer to work with the Classic Editor, how do they take advantage of the analyzer?

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