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No. Don't write for search engines, write for the other readers. It's the tools that should help us, not us that should help the tools. (And search engines improve over time - the titles don't).

That said, putting perl in the title of a perlmonks thread is redundant anyway - both from a search engine perspective and from the reader's perspective. SoPW posts are perl centric by default.


In reply to Re^2: RFC: How to Write a Great Thread by moritz
in thread RFC: How to Write a Great Thread by sundialsvc4

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