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What You Need to Know about Writing Enticing Headlines to Attract More Viewers [Infographic]

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You write what you think is a great blog article and share it on the social networks. However, when you check your stats a few days later, you see that only a 3 people clicked through to read it. What happened? Or what didn’t happen? It was probably your headline. Writing catchy headlines social media users will want to click on to read more is a skill anyone can develop with some free tools and the tips in this infographic.

One tool I use for both blog post headlines and email subject lines is Co-Schedule’s Headline Analyzer. You want to get a 65 or higher. Anything in the green — above 70 — is ideal. Now, you can drive yourself crazy trying to get in the green. Don’t. You can’t start each and every blog post with “What You Need to Know…”. (I use it often, but not every single one.)

This infographic from Squirrly, lists the Anatomy of Creative Headlines

What You Need to Know about Writing Enticing Headlines to Drive More Traffic

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How to Write Awesome, Powerful Headlines for Your Blog

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Writing powerful, enticing headlines to drive traffic to your site.Remember back in the day when you walked by a newsstand and were stopped by a headline on the front page? More than likely, you bought the paper to read the article. That’s how newspapers depended on sales – the sensationalism of their headlines.

That still holds true today, however, it applies to your blog. Now more than ever. There is content overload. You’re not just competing with your industry competitors for a social media user’s attention. You’re competing with the kids, grand kids, friends, family, other pages and people they’ve liked, politics, breaking news, causes, etc., etc., etc.

Elements of good headlines:

  1. They are written for the human reader with the search engine in mind. It has to have the focus keyword of the article in it, yet, it’s main purpose is to entice the reader.
  2. They have the right number of words – not too long that it gets cut off in the search engine results page (SERP)
  3. They have to have the type of words: Power, Emotional, Common and Uncommon.

What?!

OK, here’s a cool tool that will help you write awesome, powerful, enticing headlines.

Co-Schedule Headline Analyzer

Headline Analyzer helps you write good, enticing headlines. It will give you a score for your headline. You want to get over 70. It’s free and you can try rewording your headline until you get a high score.

This headline got a high score after 4 tries.It takes into consideration the type of words as well as how many.

The types of words in your headline make a differenceThe length of your headline is important. Blogging 2-3 times a week with powerful headlines will help:

  • Drive traffic to your website
  • Give you search engine optimization (SEO)
  • Increase your subscribers and following

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