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9 Proven Headline Formulas That Sell Like Crazy

Today I'm going to share more headline formulas that sell like crazy. We've seen the formulas shared by Brian Clark. This time, let's see what Dean Rieck has to offer with the headline formulas. Read on. You can write a headline in an infinite number of ways. However, certain types of headlines have proven themselves [Read more]

March 27th, 2015|Blog, Coaching|0 Comments

10 Sure-Fire Headline Formulas That Work

Did the title of this blog post grab your attention? I’d bet good money that it did, and that it made you click to read more wherever you came from (whether you saw it on Facebook, Google search, or have been browsing blogs). Today, I'll share 10 headline formulas that truly works. Thanks to Brian [Read more]

March 26th, 2015|Blog, Coaching|0 Comments

The Long and Short of Copywriting

They’re some of the most often-asked questions about copywriting. Long or short copy, which works best? What about headlines? The correct answer usually drives people crazy, which is… Whatever works. Before you start throwing things at me, I’ll elaborate. Headlines: 8 Words or Less, Except … The traditional wisdom about headlines is that they should [Read more]

March 3rd, 2015|Blog, Content, Training|0 Comments

Writing Headlines That Get Results

Like what I've said yesterday, I'll be posting another article today from Copyblogger. As we read on, we'll learn more techniques on how to write headlines that gets results. It’s no surprise to discover that one of the most popular blog posts Brian Clark ever wrote for Copyblogger was How to Write Headlines That Work. Every copywriter [Read more]

February 27th, 2015|Blog, Coaching|0 Comments

How to Write Headlines That Work

I'd like to share a very informative article I found from Copyblogger.  This article will teach you on how to write headlines that truly work. Continue reading and you will see what I mean. Your headline is the first, and perhaps only, impression you make on a prospective reader. Without a headline or post title that [Read more]

February 26th, 2015|Blog, Coaching, Training|0 Comments
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