How do you write an email subject line that has been opened? What makes a good email headline? What subject lines get the most opens? There’s a reason for putting the brand name as well as the headline in the subject line of your email. It’s called getting your attention. See, customers subscriber, and then […]
Article Writing Strategy: How To Keep Your Reader Locked Into Your Article
Is article writing a skill or can it be developed? How do you write an article? Is there a system?
In this section we cover all the problems that you face when writing your articles. Each article will give you an actionable strategy. Go ahead read the articles and then create a simple plan for yourself. Follow the steps and you too will become a better writer and will be able to write articles your clients want.
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- How to write articles
- Why headlines fail and how to write headlines that work
- What are the elements of on article
- Powerful strategies to write articles
- The article writing system
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Articles on 'article writing ' from Psychotactics
How do I write my headline? How to write great headlines that keep readers engaged? And does a headline gets the client’s instant attention? Let’s find out, shall we? You’ll see the waffle in headlines everywhere you look. You’ll see a headline that’s weak. And wimpy. Headlines that say: “Do you fit this category?” (As […]
Long Or Short: Which Headlines Are Better? How short should a good headline be? What makes a good headline? How long is too long for a headline? Let’s find out, shall we? Let’s say I told you to go down to the supermarket. And I gave you directions. Take the first left, and then take […]
How do you overcome barriers to writing headlines? What are the mistakes when writing headlines? Assume I visited your home. How would I enter? Through the window, or the backdoor. Surely you’ve reserved the chimney for good ol’ Santa. So where do I enter? Why through the door, right? And when you write copy, what’s […]
Do headlines work? How do you use headlines? How do headlines grab attention? What are the things to keep in mind while writing a headline? Let’s find out, shall we? Haven’t you stood in the wrong supermarket queue before? Every other queue seems to move ahead, but no, you had to pick the wrong queue. […]
There are only two kinds of headlines. Unfortunately, most of us end up with the bad kind. Let’s call that the “write and hope” kind of headline Instead of the “writing and hoping”, we really want to create “predictably clickable” headlines. And we want to write them every single time. But that’s not how we […]
How do you write a headline that works? How do you write a catchy headline? If you’ve ever wondered if your headline is lacking some oomph, it might be because of an incredibly simple omission. It’s the lack of contrast in your headline. Contrast works in real life with colours, textures or flavours. Not surprisingly, […]
How do you write headlines? Do Clickbait Headlines Work? Can a normal headline be just as powerful? Clickbait headlines seem to be designed to get our curiosity. But what makes a clickbait headline so attractive in the first place? And how do we write “normal” headlines that are far superior in getting the attention of […]
How do you write a headline that works? Is there a headline writing formula? Laurel and Hardy. Batman and Robin. Superman. Which is the odd one out? Yup, it’s the guy who can’t handle Kryptonite, of course. If Superman is in trouble, there’s almost no one to rescue him. But Hardy or Batman can get […]
How do you write intensely curious headlines—even if a deadline is looming? When writing headlines, you often get stuck. Can grammar come to the rescue when under pressure? Find out how grammar class helps you write outstanding headlines in a jiffy. In this Series on ‘How To Write Headlines’, you will learn: Part 1: How […]