Choose Good Title and Subtitles Using Methods when Writing a Quality Visihow Article
With Essential Oils vs Vaseline vs out Vaseline

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To create a quality article on VisiHow try to cover more than one way do something. Choosing a good title and subtitles will give you an easy to follow structure while writing your article. Often adding methods helps users navigate to the part of the article that meets their needs best. Remember its always about giving the user the best experience possible while visiting VisiHow.

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    Find out what people are looking for.
    Go to Soovle to research what people are looking for. To help with this wiki will will pretend we want to write an article about making lip scrub. So go ahead and type "make lip scrub" into Soovle.
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    Choose the most common root title that all the searches seem to center around.
    In our case we see the root phrase people are searching for is "Make Lip Scrub". So this should be the title.
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    Now lets choose all the variations as subtitles.
    To get even more possibilities out of Soovle add the word "with" to the title. i.e.. "Make Lip Scrub with"
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    Now lets make a list of subtitles from the results:
    without honey
    with honey
    without olive oil
    with olive oil
    without coconut oil
    with coconut oil
    without vaseline
    with vaseline
    with sugar
    with koolaid
    with essential oils
    
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    Now you need to make a choice whether or not you want to use "Methods".
    In this example it makes sense to use methods. The syntax to add a method is:
    <method name="With Essential Oils"></method>
    INSTRUCTIONS HERE....
    <method name="With Vaseline"></method>
    INSTRUCTIONS HERE....
    <method name="Without Vaseline"></method>
    INSTRUCTIONS HERE....
    etc.
    
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    To see this in action go to our current Make a Lip Scrub article and click "EDIT" to see how it was done.
    Please note this article does not have all the sections from our example and should be upgraded if anyone wants to take the initiative.
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    If you do not want to use "Methods" then use this format for each subtitle:
    ==With Essential Oils==
    ==With Vaseline==
    ==Without Vaseline==
    etc.
    
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