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5. Read the funny headlines out loud. Which ones were more difficult to understand?
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How to Write Headlines and Subheads

by Mark Nichol

The first thing most readers notice in print or online is a headline. Think of it as a virtual handshake. If your headline is the text equivalent of a cold, dead fish, you’ll make a poor first impression. Or think of it as analogous to a cover letter or a request for a date. You only get one chance to introduce yourself – make it good.

Various types of headlines exist, and some are more suitable than others for various types of content. Here are eight categories appropriate for selling something, whether it’s a product or an idea, along with a sample headline of that type:



1. Direct: “Lawn Mowers on Sale”

2. News: “Remote-Control Lawn Mower to Debut in April”

3. How-To: “How to Select the Best Lawn Mower for Your Yard”

4. Question: “Is Your Lawn Mower the Right One for the Job?”

5. Command: “Go to Lawn Mowers R Us for the Best Deals”

6. List: “7 Things to Look for in a New Lawn Mower”

7. Testimonial: “I Got a Great Deal on a New Lawn Mower”

8. Teaser: “The Most Important Purchase You’ll Make This Year” […]

Notice that none of the sample headlines above is more than ten words long. Many effective headlines are half that long, or even shorter. […]

Adapted from . Accessed on April 16, 2016.

Write in your notebook a different type of headline for each lead below.



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