Article Marketing: Create Compelling Headlines

This post was written by Internet Marketing John on May 7, 2009
Posted Under: Article Marketing Information

It is incredibly important to create a compelling headline when writing article content for your blogs, article directories or web site.

Headlines are crucial to any form of written communications.

Newspaper and magazine articles, sales letters, web sites or blog posts all rely on a compelling headline to initially attract and hold the reader’s attention.

What is considered to be a perfectly written blog headline, is one that is extremely compelling, and keyword rich.

Of the two; a blog headline that gets linked to, and read by your reader, is much more preferred to a headline that is packed with keywords, hard to easily understand, and is ultimately ignored by the reader.

Article submissions to directories, that are for syndication, are primarily written first for publishers, and then the general audience.  Compelling headlines are still crucial, however the general attitude among publishers, is that key words are most critical.

Don’t get me wrong, your still writing for your readers, but your focus is directed primarily on publishers when writing for syndication.

When writing your headline for publishers; it is essential meld attractive keywords into the most compelling headline you can create.

Its probable that the most of the popular keyword combination related to your topic have already been used by other authors.  So, don’t try for them. Instead, use long tailed keywords to describe your niche market.

Publishers look for good niche combination in articles they publish so, keep them happy and your article marketing efforts will be rewarded.

Create compelling headlines packed with long tailed keywords to attract the interest of your readers and publishers.

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Like your info on article marketing and traffic generation. Useful stuff for a change.

Written By Linda on May 7th, 2009 @ 4:59 pm

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