Headline Analyzer

Description

Are you looking for an easy way to write eye-catching headlines that reach & convert more readers?

The Headline Analyzer Studio plugin helps you quickly optimize your headlines to hook readers & boost engagement…without ever leaving WordPress.

Don’t struggle to get satisfactory views, clicks, engagement, and conversions on your WordPress content.

Create or connect your Headline Analyzer Studio account to your WordPress account for your whole team to use. Then score & improve your headlines based on proven data from millions of existing headlines.

Your content will be more likely to rank higher & become more visible in search, driving traffic back to your brand and converting more readers into customers.

Analyze your headlines directly in the posts you write

Score your headlines on their likelihood to appeal to readers & rank in search based on data from millions of headlines. Then optimize them to hook more readers & rank higher.

Write and analyze side-by-side with your team

Share one Headline Analyzer Studio account across your entire team. Just connect the plugin once and your team can analyze headlines directly inside WordPress, no matter who’s logged in.

See all your headline scores together

Get an overall view of the Headline Analyzer Score & SEO Score for each of your headlines, right on your Posts page. Easily keep track of analyzed headlines to make sure every headline is a top performer.

Connect the Headline Analyzer Studio plugin to confidently create headlines that reach & convert more readers into customers.

Screenshots

Blocks

This plugin provides 1 block.

  • Headline Analyzer

Installation

You can install Headline Studio via the WordPress.org plugin directory or manually by uploading the files to your server.

FAQ

How does the Headline Analyzer Studio plugin work?

Headline Analyzer Studio synchronizes your WordPress posts, author, and category information to its servers, but all of your WordPress data remains in WordPress. Headline Analyzer Studio will update that WordPress data as you direct, but the data always remains in WordPress. Headline data you create in Headline Analyzer Studio will be stored on CoSchedule’s servers, and never in WordPress.

How do I start using the Headline Analyzer Studio plugin?

After you create or sign into your Headline Analyzer Studio account, you can connect the Headline Analyzer Studio plugin. If you have any issues with your account, please reach out to support at support@coschedule.com.

How much does Headline Analyzer Studio cost?

You can analyze standard headlines in Headline Analyzer Studio for free. Premium features are available in Headline Studio Pro. Pricing information is available in Headline Analyzer Studio.

Reviews

11 ліпеня, 2022
I was toying with Headline Analyzer two years ago and found the CoSchedule software far too limiting rather than being persuaded to update to a paid plan. So I left it. Just received an email from CoSchedule to say that they'd now got an official WordPress plugin, so I brushed the cobwebs off my old account and gave it a go - for five minutes. On installing, all of the font weights changed, it deleted the Yoast slug and made their little purple pilis impossible to read, and like before - 80% of the plugin needed to be upgraded to a paid plan before it worked. Those upgrading to a paid plan will find that they can work on FIVE headlines before they need to upgrade again. This all includes of course wiping out Yoast SEO and replacing it with headline analyzer. All rather patronising really (according to the content in their emails) and it leaves me wondering where 'Patronising Words' is, in their words boxes. The plugin was deleted, and the website has returned to normal.
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Contributors & Developers

“Headline Analyzer” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

1.2.2

  • Update platform query param

1.2.1

  • Fixes namespace collision

1.2.0

  • Change query param for visibility purposes

1.1.2

  • Add link to readme.txt

1.1.1

  • Fixes incorrect url

1.1.0

  • Adds setup links to plugin management page

1.0.0

  • Initial release