5 Tips on Creating Catchy Headlines
There’s a reason that the majority of articles you see shared on social media or on the front of magazines include numbers—they attract readers!
2. INTERESTING ADJECTIVES
Using adjectives like simple, easy, fun, or effortless will draw your readers in quicker and create an initial mood for your article. Adjectives will help you to state the tone explicitly your article.
Finding the right length depends on your subject, but approximately 10-12 words are ideal. Editing down to shorter headlines will pique your readers’ interest and give them a basic understanding of the article.
4. INVITE, DON’T DEMAND
Readers will respond better to an inviting headline as opposed to some sort of imperative. Use more open-ended words that will allow your readers to feel as if they can have an opinion on the content.
5. INCLUDE A PROMISE
If your article includes groundbreaking information or advice, include the promise you’re making in the headline. you will dare potential readers to learn whatever secrets you may be sharing in your article,by making bold promises.
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