How To Analyze Your Headlines So They Are Clickable

How To Analyze Your Headlines So They Are Clickable

Have you ever wondered whether or not your article is compelling enough? Or if your headline will catch people’s attention?

If so, you might never have to ask yourself these questions again! With the website Coschedule, you can find a special headline analyzer that will score your headlines based on their ability to snatch the reader’s attention.

I’m going to walk you through the process of using this headline analyzer from start to finish, so let’s begin…


The first step is signing up, so when you type in, you should see a page that looks like this:

Analyze Your Headlines


Once you type in the headline you wish to analyze, the sight will take you to this signup page:

Analyze Your Headlines 

There are two steps to the sign-up process, the first asks you for general information as displayed above, the second will ask you more specialized questions about what you do, how many others are working with you and what your goal is!

It should look like this:

Analyze Your Headlines


After completing the sign-up process, you will immediately receive your headline score on this page:

Analyze Your Headlines

This analyzer breaks down your headline based on 4-word categories to create a score for your headline effectiveness. My score was 65, but an ideal score would be 70+.

If you wish for a more in-depth description of your score and how to improve your headline all you have to do is scroll down the page and it will have various subcategories based on the four main categories shown above.


So there you have it! An easy and effective way to analyze your headlines before you post. This breakdown is super straightforward and extremely in-depth! 

How To Analyze Your Headlines So They Are Clickable

Amber Gilson is a Blogging Intern at LadyBossBlogger. She is a recent college graduate from the University of Iowa with a degree in English and Creative Writing as well as a degree in International Studies. She loves to travel and to write, and just like all of you, came to in hopes of finding her way into and around the online world of entrepreneurship as a woman.

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