So in the last post we’ve discussed comment marketing and participating in other people’s blogs. In WordPress, as in most of the other blog platforms, when you “like” someone else’s post, he immediately receives an email informing him about your “like”. In this email, he will also get notifications about your 3 latest posts, linked by their headlines. So, if your headlines goes something like: “blah blah blah, I’m an attractive headline”, you will gain traffic. But if it goes something like – “Blah Blah Blah, I’m a boring and also not such a clear headline, and no one who reads me understands what I want to say”, than you lose traffic. This is very simple.
In this post, as you’ve probably already understood I’m going to discuss the principals of writing a good headline (Wasn’t that already very clear by reading the headline?). Look, your headline must…
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