Writing a noteEveryone needs a brush up on how to write headlines now and then. Not because they can’t write a good headline, but because writing a headline that grabs your reader’s attention is crucial, and often harder to do than writing the content.

Why bother even write the content if no one reads it? It’s an easy mistake to think that the reason for lack of readers is because the content isn’t any good. The reality is that if your headline works, then you have an instantly interested group of readers. Remember, a headline isn’t just the title of an article. It’s your sales page headline, the heading of your brochure, and the first line of your wedding business website. Headlines are everywhere, so don’t underestimate the importance of knowing how to write headlines that work. To get a bunch of really awesome headline tips check out this article by Robert Bruce.

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4 thoughts on “How To Write Headlines That Work”

  1. How about suggesting some five word headlines that will grab a bride’s attention, no matter what your wedding business is connected to? Planner, DJ, photographer, cake artist, etc.

    1. [quote name=”Linda Ruckdeschel”]How about suggesting some five word headlines that will grab a bride’s attention, no matter what your wedding business is connected to? [/quote]

      Good idea, Linda! I’ll get on it, so keep your eyes on the blog over the next week or so.

  2. Check out the front pages of magazines in your local store – what catches your attention and why? Take inspiration from these

    1. Cosmo is a GREAT example to learn from. Not that you’ll be writing about 7 Ways to Be Hotter…

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