It can be tempting to write an informative headline but if you’re a writer, it can be even more important to make sure you’re delivering a headline that will resonate with your audience.
With that in mind, let’s look at how to make a great, informative headline that really does a great job of communicating your message.1.
Make sure your headline is headline-worthy2.
Avoid repetitive, overly-specific titles3.
Use an adjective instead of a verb4.
Use a headline color that conveys your message5.
Make it stand out from other headlines by using a contrast-enhancing font6.
Use italics, bold, and underlines7.
Use eye-catching images8.
Make a splash with a bold headline9.
Don’t overdo it by using words like “exactly” or “in a hurry”10.
Use the right size for your headline, too11.
If you’re not sure what to do with your headline color, it’s time to find outWhat do you think?
Is it a good idea to write headlines that have a strong emotional appeal or to write headline-y headlines?
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