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This step is crucial, especially at the beginning, until you master writing headlines.
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They did research for Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 32 Mujer years, and they hire copywriters for tens of thousands of dollars to write these headlines. Save yourself some time and follow these.
Another great resources you could look into:
Headline Hacks: This is from Jon Morrow of Copyblogger. As I said, he is a pro in writing headlines. Model the 52 templates he uses most of the time.
101 Headline Formulas: A great resource from Peter Sandeen
131 done-for-you headline templates: Another great resource from Jenna Adidas Neo Damen Dalton. You don’t just get headline templates, you also get a 35-minute video on how to write better headlines. A lot of great info there.
Find a couple of templates that work and adapt it to Nike Free 5.0 Donna your topic.
After that, follow the next step to make it more attractive
4. USE THE POWER OF POWER WORDS
After you choose a template, adapt it to your topic, try to inject power words to make Nike Air Max Jewell Femme it more attractive.
The power words create a stronger emotional response.
According to Jenna Dalton, power words are divided into six categories:
Fear: as agony, frantic, risky, scary, invasion, catastrophe
Joy: as amazing, eye-opening, courage, spirit, grit, hope
Lust: crave, naughty, scandalous, tantalizing, shameless
Anger: lies, disgusting, smug, obnoxious, hate, punish
Greed: bargain, freebie, massive, prize, rich, double, cash
Trust: authentic, money back, guaranteed, iron clad, tested
Curiosity: forbidden, confidential, hidden, forgotten, insider
Here are some examples of headlines before and after using power words: