Forbes – Twelve Quick Tricks For Writing An Engaging Headline


Writing an engaging headline is critical to bringing the right audience in to read your content. In the age of the 24-hour news cycle, “fake news” and clickbait, writing great headlines is more important than ever to stand out in the media. Audiences don’t respond well to gimmicks or to being misled by an article, so it’s critical to find a balance between engaging and honest. Focus on your readers and what will make them want to read on, rather than unclear industry speak.

Advice on writing an engaging headline

Forbes asked twelve communications professionals for their opinion on how to craft an engaging headline. Their advice was both diverse and helpful. And Glance’s own Holly Chessman, VP of Marketing, was included in the advice round-up.

Here’s what Holly Chessman, VP of Marketing at Glance Networks, had to say about the matter…

Use headline tools

There are tons of free headline tools out there. Try Sharethrough’s Headline Analyzer or Portent’s Title Maker. A note of warning, though: Avoid misleading headlines and clickbait. Remember, the end goal is to have people consume and enjoy your content.

To read what the rest of the communications executives from Forbes Communications Council had to offer on this topic, read the full article: Twelve Quick Tricks for Writing an Engaging Headline.

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