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UPDATED LIST OF BOOK TITLE GENERATORS [2020]: MAKE AN EDUCATED DECISION

Your book title can make or break the success of your book. And it is not only important from literary perspective, let me explain. If people are not typing the words in your book title and/or description on Amazon search bar that means your title still needs some additional work. Book title generators can give you some inspiration.

At this point I want to give you some suggestions not only to make creative juice flowing but also make sure you have chosen your book title right using some proven techniques.

First, there are some incredible tools called book title generators that can be very helpful. In this article I will do my best to explain what a book title generator is, best free book title generators and some other tools to help validate your book title ideas.

BOOK NAME GENERATORS LIST

The first thing you need to know about book title generators is that they are niche specific. If you think about it, that’s quite logical, the approach for romance and children book titles are quite different. So choose the one from the list below that suits your book genre or you may end up with misleading results.

Non-Fiction Title Generators

Sci-Fi Title Generators

Fantasy Name Generators

book title generators

Romance Title Generators

Mystery Novel Title Generators

Horror Name Generators

Crime Book Title Generators

Children’s Book Title Generators

Comic Book Name Generators

Other Types Of Book Title Generators

At this point a word of caution (again): as I mentioned before you may find a great title from literary perspective but if people are not typing the keywords in your title, you will not be listed on Amazon search titles, unless you are well known author that people directly search for your name or book title. 

In order to figure out what people are typing into the Amazon search field, read this step by step article to learn about what keywords you must use in your book title and description that will bring you sales

After you find out the perfect title, make sure your book cover design and the internal book design are amazing as well to catch those Amazon shoppers.

ADDITIONAL TOOLS TO MAKE YOUR BOOK TITLES BETTER

The two tools below are for headlines, but they will give you additional ideas for titles too, quite relevant ones.

Take your best headlines and run them through this tool. For each headline you input you’ll receive an EMV percentage. The higher the percentage, the better the emotional resonance of your headline.

Advanced Marketing Institute’s Headline Analyzer

If you want to run your headlines through another tool, give this one a go. These results will give you an overall grade, score, and analysis of word types and structure. Once again, the grade matters. The better your grade, the better your headline, the better the conversion.

CoSchedule Headline Analyzer

WHAT ABOUT YOUR EXISTING AUDIENCE

If you have an existing audience on social media or a relevant, niche specific email list, you can also refer to them and ask their opinions on your book title ideas. That method may have a certain degree of bias.

I have another suggestion: you can use a survey tool PickFu. This survey service will take your potential book titles, find the target market for you, and have them vote on which title they like. Not only will you get to see which one is the best, you’ll get some key insight into why your target market loves one over the other. Basically, PickFu takes the guesswork out of it and gives you data (use code AUTHORS-WRITERS-POETS for 50% discount).

DON’T BE LAZY AND USE THOSE TOOLS

See, there are many tools to help you jump-start creative juices. Although they are not perfect, they are free and better than nothing.I can guarantee that you will feel more confident about your options after applying the methods above.

All the best.

Melissa Mayer

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