You have heard the expression you only get one chance to make a first impression? Well, in writing your title is your first impression. Put your best foot forward learn what is expected by the wider world in regard to titles.
Sentence case (also known as Down style)
Capitalize only the first word of the title and any proper nouns: "Rules for capitalizing the words in a title." This form, recommended by the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association for titles in reference lists, is popular with many online and print publications. In fact it's now the standard form for titles and headlines in most countries--but not (yet) in the United
Example: On the Pulse of Morning
by Maya Angelou
Title Case (also known as Headline Style or Up Style)
Capitalize the first and last words of the title and all nouns, pronouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs,
and subordinating conjunctions (if, because,as, that, and so on): "Rules for Capitalizing the Words in a Title."
Example: On The Pulse Of Morning
by Maya Angelou
It's the little words that style guides disagree on. The Chicago Manual of Style, for instance, notes that "articles (a, an, the), coordinating conjunctions (and, but, or,for, nor), and prepositions, regardless of length, are lowercased unless they are the first or last word of the title."
You will not look professional, and not be taken seriously from glance one if you submitted a verse titled
example: on the pulse of morningWhy let excellent content go unread or be given less credit than you are due because of such a simple error in grammar to fix?
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