The direct headline should be used far more often than it is. It stands the best chance of selecting the right audience and preparing them to respond.
Plus, if they read nothing else, they have at least seen the best selling point you have to offer. Casting your headline in a way that suggests news, rather than advertising, can have the same powerful appeal of a feature story in the morning paper.
Some guys think they need to have a funny online dating profile. So start out with something that makes it look like you’re already friends… You’re looking to show her that you’re confident, enjoying life, picky, and fun.
I just want them to get attracted and curious and email me. You want your profile to be fun and conversational.
Here’s the link to Inbox Overload if you want women to reply to your messages. You want to look like a guy who’s just enjoying his life and would love to have a woman to enjoy it with.
Only the ones drawn in by an attention-grabbing headline will continue on to read the first sentence of your copy. A great headline convinces more people to read your copy while a poor one sends potential customers searching for somewhere else to spend their money.
In an interview with The Christian Post, two Christian Millennials share their diverse stories on faith, sex and marriage, and explain why many singles are battling against the "purity culture" of their youth.
When Heather Lindsey moved to New York City in 2004 at the age of 22, the Michigan native both attended church regularly and considered herself a Christian.
You can write a headline in an infinite number of ways.
However, certain types of headlines have proven themselves repeatedly for many years.