Use headline style: capitalize all words in a title when it's in English--even if the item itself does not capitalize those words.
Always use curly quotation marks, rather than straight. Exercise caution when copying/pasting citations from other sources, as sometimes this changes the type of quotation mark used.
If you have a title *within* a journal article title, insert apostrophes outside of the nested title, instead of regular quotation marks.
Example: Smith, Toby. "Going the Distance: An Analysis of 'Going For Speed' That Will Blow Your Mind." Journal of Mind Blowing (etc)
If your bibliography contains two items by the same author, do not repeat the author's name. Instead, replace the name with three emdashes followed by a period. For example:
Smith, Mary. Everybody Loves Em Dashes, Always. New York: Turabian University Press, 2011.
———. No Seriously, We All Love Em Dashes. New York: Turabian University Press, 2012.