I'll start with an example.
Whispersecret's 2001 advice on (How To)
Get people to read your story
It is a short well-written piece about the importance of choosing titles that are interesting without being misleading.
Answers to my questions in post #01:
1. How useful? It gives you ideas to think about and examples of what not to do.
2. How comprehensive? It isn't. It aims to give advice not a complete essay on titles.
3. Have I found it useful? Yes.
But: It could do with updating. If you look at your story links in your submissions you will see the url. If that url ends without a number, your title was the first or only story on Literotica with that title. If it has a number, that is some indication that there are several stories with that title and your title is not unique. (It could still have been the first if it was one of several existing when the numbered urls were introduced.)
My story 'Hedgehog Feud' has no number. No one else had used that title. I wonder why not?
My story 'Virgin's Sister' in Incest followed whispersecret's advice. Both words feature highly in searches on Literotica. Apart from being Incest, a highly read category, it has attracted far more views than 'Hedgehog Feud'. 'Hedgehog Feud' might be unique, but it isn't a compelling title.
Another of my unique titles 'Getting Nude With Chairman Mao' worked better than 'Hedgehog Feud'.
Do you think whispersecret's How To is useful?