Question: We had an idea to do a weekly summary of ~ protection and piracy news. The title would be “~ Licensing and Protection: W
Answer: A weekly update on your website is a GREAT idea. But there is no need to keep the TITLE tags all the same. VARY them. Make them lead with a good headline. Perhaps the lead article can be the weekly update title.
So rather than “~ Licensing and Protection: Week in Review [date]” for SEO purposes on the website, you could make it, “~ Licensing and Protection: New Burpee Virus Attacks Computers, 12/1/2012” and the next week “~ Licensing and Protection: Y2K Revisited” or whatever. So VARY the TITLE tags in terms of what goes on the website.
Also remember that if you are sending it out by email, there is not law that your email subject has to be the same as what you post on your website. So you can have a structured email subject for your readers, but vary the TITLE / headline on the actual blog.
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