Great Headlines Instantly 2.1: How To Write Attention-Grabbing Headlines That Pull In More Prospects… More Customers… and More Profits – NOW

Headlines are the most important part of every ad, web page, blog, newspaper ad, sales letter, brochure and more. Without a compelling headline, the rest of your message doesn’t stand a chance because the people you’re trying to reach will either miss your message, or abandon it at once. This book teaches you how to write compelling headlines for every possible use. New chapters added provide insights and ideas for headlines on web pages, press releases, and information products of all kinds. Here’s what bestselling author Joe Vitale said about Great Headlines Instantly: “Read it. Loved it. Don’t think I’ve ever seen a more in-depth analysis of headlines before in my life. I’m impressed.” Copywriter Steve King of Devon, UK said: “It is without a doubt the best material ever written on headlines. The legendary John Caples started it – and you have updated, added, improved, and finished it! It is so comprehensive, covering every possible angle. You learn every technique there is to know and exactly how to do it. It works fantastically well. No one else comes close.” But you don’t have to be a writer to benefit from this book. If you have the need to communicate any message of importance via any means available, a strong headline is vital and this course gives you more than you’ll need.

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3 Comments

  1. In the Battle to Snare Attention, This Is the Big Gun! About good writing, a veteran editor once told me, “If you don’t strike oil in the first paragraph, quit boring.” 

  2. Astonishing information… and a little embarrassing Every time I hear about a new Robert Boduch book, it’s like Christmas morning. I get that excited about what’s ahead, and this book fulfilled every expectation… and then some! 

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