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Getting people to be interested in what you have to say can be a challenge, but it can be done. There are different ways to curtail your titles to spruce of the interest and get them to want to click on your posts. Lets see what a few of those ways are…
If you want to make a great first impression then you must have a great title for each blog or video you do. Your title is the first thing that your target market is going to see, and if it has nothing related to their interest, then they will just skip your blog and move on to the next one.
You have to figure why would a reader waste their time reading a blog post if the title isn’t interesting to them. Before you even think about publishing a post you want to ask yourself if the title itself will draw enough interest in you to click and read the post.
If the people in your niche have the same interest as you, then your thinking are going to be similar either way it goes. If not, then you wouldn’t be in the niche in the first place, right?
You also have to keep in mind that even if the reader decides to open up to read your post, if they’re not that interested in the title to begin with, they’re not going to stay that long on your blog. As many other blogs that are out there, why would they stay to read something that they’re really not interested in.
In other words, what can you really do to grab the readers attention?
There are so many different ways you can do so, and given the fact that each strategy is going to draw more interest than others depending on that readers situation and liking. Here are 5 strategies you can use for your titles..
Leave Readers In Suspense
This would be more like a storyline approach. You see lot of these titles in pay per click ads. Your readers want to know how other people are doing in their niches. Here are a couple of examples:
How An Unemployed Single Father Start Getting 25 Leads A Day
Learn How This Mother Of Three Got Out The Projects
This Grandfather Learned How Make Money Online… Find Out How….
We all want to laugh, and laughing heals the soul. Although I’ve seen some titles that were funny, you want to be careful not to be too offensive either. You can give yourself a bad reputation.
State The Benefit
A great way to pique interest is to state what your readers are going to get out of the blog post. Here are some examples:
5 Ways To Spruce Up Your Blog
7 Internet Marketing Strategies To Generate Learns
Learn Why Giving A Lot Of Value Attracts Leads
If you want to get your readers to think, using questions in titles definitely will do it. Questions are the key to figuring out what you’re doing wrong, how can your correct it and how can you improve from the successes you’re already getting.
Single Out Readers
Make your readers feel like you’re directly talking to them as an individual. They will feel more connected with you and will more likely come back for more. Here are a couple of examples:
Why Are You Not Getting Enough Leads?
What You Can Do To Improve Your Conversion Rate
Now It’s Your Turn!
What can you add to this list here to make your titles more attractive? Are you having difficulty attracting people to your blog? Please share your comments below and share this post with your friends. I look forward to reading them!
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