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Why Your Headline Gets Read More Than Anything Else Online

  • 2 min read

It’s worthwhile to make it catchy to grab attention

People make snap decisions online.

Additionally, they have the attention span of a goldfish.

When someone comes across your writing online they’re asking:

Is this story worth 15 or even 30 seconds of my time?

Attention is our most valuable resource.

With this in mind, your perfect story starts with the headline.

Your headline gets read more than anything else on social media.

That’s why your headline should serve one big goal:

It should grab attention so that people feel compelled to read your first sentences.

BuzzFeed has an internal rule.

Every writer must write 30 versions of a headline in order to find the right one.

You’ve waited long enough to get the results you deserve in your writing business.

Now is YOUR turn to learn the 3 questions that will help you create headlines readers can’t help but click on:

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