Whether you’re writing a headline for a flyer, a blog, a Craigslist ad, or any other advertisement, it’s a great idea to have a specific structure of words to guide what you’re going to write. As with most things, there are a few ways to write headlines that grab more attention than others. In fact, a weak title can keep people from reading the rest of your ad.
It’s been said that about 6 out of 10 Americans read headlines and move on without reading anything else. If you’re like most people, you didn’t slave away at designing flyers or writing a 1000+ word article just for the bulk of your work to be ignored. Well, unless you use a title that piques enough interest in the rest of your work, don’t be surprised if it does become lost at sea.
I took the liberty of listing 5 types of headlines that you can use to attract more readers and business prospects. Of course, they all have examples that you may be able to use.
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