Best approach for content title when one piece of content that has multiple uses

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I'm trying to figure out the best approach for content title when one piece of content that has multiple uses.

E.g. When writing an article about web.archive.org, I can title it "Restore deleted webpage", "Find older version of webpage", "Mirror of webpage when original is down" etc.

I feel that it's important for the title of the article to express all 3 uses, and do so briefly. Not only from an SEO prespective, but for other factors involved. E.g. For RSS feeds that only show the title. Which is why simply not worrying about the weight given to the title of an article by Google is not a satisfactory solution.

Should I create different articles? Maybe change them slightly based on the different uses, while the bulk of the content will remain the same? Or should I only mention these other uses inside the text of a single article?


 

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