Monthly Archives: August 2012

How to write a headline

Your headlines first job is to capture your potential readers attention and then persuade them to continue reading your content or sales copy. I am interested in money making ideas so when I see a headline that promises to show … Continue reading

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Are your headlines missing these vital components?

Your headlines first job is to capture the potential readers attention and then persuade them to continue reading the rest of our message or sales copy. But are you leaving out these vital components that could make them even more … Continue reading

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The fastest way to write effective headlines

Here’s a short cut to writing headlines quicker. Most copywriters have what is called a swipe file.They use other successful headlines to create  their own headlines. As I mentioned before the best place to find other successful headlines is on the covers … Continue reading

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Something every headline writer needs to know

When you are creating a headline remember that people will always pay attention to a headline if it suggests that there is something in it for them. They may want to lose weight, build more muscle, look more beautiful, discover something new or … Continue reading

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How to write a newspaper headline

A newspaper headlines first job is to catch and hold the attention of readers. It then has to persuade the reader to continue on reading the article. They are usually short about five or six words because space in a newspaper … Continue reading

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