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Your Handy Cheat Sheet for Writing Headlines [Infographic]

April 2, 2016

How can you ensure the headlines of your articles and blog posts inspire a click?

Here's an infographic cheat sheet that spells out nine effective tips based on the letters of the word "headlines."

Created by Feldman Creative, the infographic offers suggestions such as the following (this one, for the letter "I," as in "Inspire"):

Write headlines that speak to your readers' desires. Inspire them, and you'll have the ultimate hook.

Check out the infographic, below, for eight more headline-writing tips:


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  • by Randy Tue Apr 12, 2016 via web

    Nice infographic

  • by Pete Goodrum Wed Apr 13, 2016 via web

    To be true to the values you set out, and deliver better syntax, I think your N for NIGHTMARE section would read better as -

    To write a killer headline address a problem that keeps readers up at night.

    It places the promise at the opening. It reads better. It removes the questionable idea that you can 'speak to a problem'. Which you can't. A problem is abstract.

  • by Rick Ng Sat Apr 23, 2016 via web

    Hi, I don't actually convinced on "L", which is "Lists". Maybe I don't understand what's the meaning and how to implement this on headlines writing. Could you elaborate? Thanks for the infographic.

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