37 Ways to Amazing Headlines

Readers can not read your posts if they don’t click on your link.
Even if you send your article to their Email box, the headline is their first indication of whether they will be interested in your post and want to read it.
So many tools and tips are at your disposal today to enable you to write headlines that do get clicked, so your articles get read.

To read these 37 tools and tips, head to Janice’s blog Mostly Blogging.

Comments are being left open here, since Janice would herself be responding to your comments and answering any questions you may have. Feel free to ask away, using the comment box below.
Happy Blogging!
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  • Janice Wald
    Posted at 14:48h, 12 January Reply

    Hi Wandering Soul,
    Thank you so much for the exposure, the promotion, and the link into my site. I hope your readers enjoy the headline article and find it valuable. I am clicking “Notify me of new comments via Email,” so I can read what your readers think of the article. I would be happy to answer your readers’ questions. Thank you again.

  • Dr Meg Sorick
    Posted at 15:31h, 12 January Reply

    This is good advice! An eye catching headline makes all the difference in the world. I find myself agonizing over each one before I post a blog! Hi Janice!

  • thorsaurus
    Posted at 18:33h, 12 January Reply

    Thank you Dubs Soul. You are like my personal search engine for interesting blogs. Keep on wandering. πŸ™‚

    • Wandering Soul
      Posted at 06:40h, 13 January Reply

      hahaha.. Thank you! That’s a huge responsibility. πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

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