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9 Lessons in Writing Tabloid-Worthy Headlines

By | John Boitnott | Contributor at and The Motley Fool – Ghost Writer for executives and entrepreneurs

Want to write catchier, more attention-grabbing headlines for your content? Look to the tabloids.

Consider some of these actual historical examples of tabloid headlines:

Tabloid headlines excel at three things, in succession:

  1. First, grabbing a reader’s attention;
  2. Then persuading them to buy a copy of the tabloid;
  3. And finally to read that article.

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