Writing Powerful Headlines

Posted on October 13th, 2009 in Offline Marketing & Promotion, Online Marketing & Promotion, Writing Content.
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After researching marketing techniques I came across a good article on writing good headlines. Since headlines are designed purely to grab attention, it’s essential that they are written in a way that will do just that.

The article below describes what triggers curiosity, anxiety, and what is likely to get your reader to, well, read more, using the idea of ‘new and knew’.

From a music marketing perspective, this approach can be used for your email campaigns, blog posts, magazine articles and much more and will grab your readers’ attention and involve them more in reading your work and, in turn, their interest in what you do, helping to build up your authority within your area of expertise.

Read more at CopyBlogger.

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Please note: I don't claim to have all the answers and here on my blog I can only give you ideas and suggestions from my own knowledge and experience within my own niche. Since I know very little about what you do exactly and can only cover a number of angles in each post, if you you can add anything please do so for the benefit of our reader in a comment - I'd be most grateful.

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Welcome to my Music Marketing blog. I have been actively involved with online promotion for many years now, both professionally and in my spare time, and being an active musician for the best part of 9 years I felt I needed to share my knowledge and experience with those that would be most appreciative and could put it to good use.

My aim here is to combine the two areas into manageable chunks and present tips, ideas and inspiration for anyone wanting to promote their music online and offline and generally get one foot above the rest, set themselves apart from the average and achieve what they want to achieve musically. I'm hoping the information I post here can help you do just that.

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