Good Magazine Titles Ideas For Essays

"No day but today." ('Rent' song)


''Lightning of life''


A Day in _____'s Shoes


A life woven through time


A Miracle Starts With a Beat of a Heart


A Riot Life


A Trip to the Library is like a Trip to Another World!


All Life's A Stage


All Life's A Stage


Always Do What People Tell You NOT to do


An Affair To Remember


Angels can fly because they take life lightly.


Are You For Real!


Be You


Beautiful Blue Eyes


Beyond The Obvious


Bits and Pieces


But First Coffee


Cherish yesterday... Dream tomorrow... Live TODAY.


Circle Of Life


Coffee Break.


Confession Session


Count the stars


Count your blessings, not your problems.


Dance like no one is watching...


Days of Our Lives


Desires of the Heart


Details Recorded.


Do what you love


Engagement


Every good friend once was a strange.


Explore


Farewell (friend, Mom etc)


First Comes Love


Fool You


Friday night and feelin' alright!


Friends for life


Glitter, Glisten, Gloss


Glitter, Sparkle, Shine


Gracias por la vida, gracias por el amor


Grandmothers are the Flowers in the Garden of Life


He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not....


Hearts Knit Together


Hello Adventure


Here is where my story begins


Hidden Treasures


Highlight of my day


How Do I Get You Alone ???


I scrapbook to...


I Still Learning


Imprint On My Heart


Indulge Yourself


It is difficult to be unhappy in (Destination).


It is not the destination ... but the journey.


It's All About Me


It's a wonderful life


IT’S MOMENTS LIKE THIS THAT WE WANT TO HOLD IN OUR HEARTS FOREVER.


journey of a lifetime


Learning Life's Lessons


life


Life is a Bubble Bath... a few splashes, but generally good, clean fun!


Life is beautiful


Life is Fragile, Handle With Care


life is short, enjoy the coffee


Life's A Beach


Life's a Beach


Life's an adventure...go for it!


Life's Not ALWAYS rainbows and butterflies!~*


Life's Pathways


Listen with your heart


Little Moments = Big Memories


Live Laugh Love


LIVE like its your last day LAUGH like no ones listening LOVE like you have never loved before


Live Well, Laugh Often, Love Much


Live your dreams


Live your Life


Live your Story


Love is all, all is love


Love is Life


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Me, myself & I


Misery Loves Company>>>> Wanna come over ! lol yeah yeah yeah i love it


My Family


My family has grown by (2, 4, 6 feet etc.)


My Family...My Life


MY four favoriate things in life: Parents, Pork, Ant, Friends


My Life, My Family, God's Way


My Little Man


My past, My present, My future ~ What was, What is, What will be


My Weakness...


My Wish


New Beginnings


Once In A Blue Moon


Our Journey Begins Here


Our life is a window through which angels appear


Patience is the art of concealing your impatience.


Plant a seed and watch it grow!


Rare is the day that I don't think of you


Rare is the day that I don't think of you


Right off the press!


Semi-Charmed Life


Some kind of wonderful


Stay beautiful


Suena... con un mundo distinto


Supply & Demand


Take Life By the Hand And Dance


The Best Things in Life are Always Free


The Circle of Life


The Fix'er upper


The Sweet Life


There's no time like the present.


Time of Your Life


Tough Times Don't Last Tough People Do


Treasured Memories - Moments of a lifetime


True beauty blossoms from within


Unwritten: Then write/type the lyrics to the song unwritten by Natasha Bedingfield


We are F-A-M-I-L-Y


Welcome to the World


What is Life.....


What lies beneath..


You are my light in the dark ... the place I call home.


On the average, five times as many people read the headline as read the body copy. When you have written your headline, you have spent eighty cents out of your dollar. 
—David Ogilvy

In a world full of noise, how do you get people to read what you write? It takes more than good content or great design. The most important part of writing an article is the headline.

To see exactly how I create blog posts that grab people’s attention, watch this video.

The same principle applies to blog posts, book chapters, and so on: The title is where your focus should be. You should begin and end every article with the question: “Would this make me want to read on?”

If not, don’t publish until you’ve got a catchy headline. Concentrate on this, and you’ll get more readers, more buzz, and more love.

How to write catchy headlines

Too often the headline is the most neglected part of writing an article. People just gloss over it without taking much time to consider it. In their minds, it’s the cherry on top. No, friends; it’s not. The headline is the sundae.

I sometimes deliberate over titles for 30–60 minutes before settling on one that works. And I often go back and change them. This is what it takes to write a good headline.

If you need some help concocting catchier headlines, here are a few simple tricks (you can also watch me walk you through this in the free video and checklist.that accompanies this post).

1. Use numbers to give concrete takeaways

There’s a reason why so many copywriters use numbers in their headlines. It works.

Do an experiment: Go to the grocery store, and scan the magazines in the checkout lane. Look at the front-page article headlines. It doesn’t matter if it’s a fitness magazine or a tabloid; many of them will be using numerals to start off the headline.

There aren’t really any rules (as far as I know) regarding what numbers work best, but people typically only remember three to five points. That said, sometimes a really obscure number like 19 or 37 can catch people’s attention.

Warning: don’t overuse numbers or use them arbitrarily. If your article clearly has some key takeaways, adding a number to the headline can help make the takeaways more digestible. But if the article doesn’t, don’t force it.

2. Use emotional adjectives to describe your reader’s problem

Here are some examples:

  • Effortless
  • Painstaking
  • Fun
  • Free
  • Incredible
  • Essential
  • Absolute
  • Strange

3. Use unique rationale to demonstrate what the reader will get out of the article

If you’re going to do a list post, be original. For example consider the following:

  • Reasons
  • Principles
  • Facts
  • Lessons
  • Ideas
  • Ways
  • Secrets
  • Tricks

If possible, never use things. Please, for the love of Pete, don’t use things. You can do better than that.

4. Use what, why, how, or when

These are trigger words. I typically use “why” and “how” the most, because I’m often trying to persuade or enable someone. Typically, you’ll use either a trigger word or a number. Rarely does it sound good to do both.

5. Make an audacious promise

Promise your reader something valuable. Will you teach her how to learn a new skill? Will you persuade her to do something she’s never done before? Will you unlock an ancient mystery?

What you want to do is dare your reader to read the article. Without over-promising, be bold. Be seductive (in the most innocuous way possible, of course). Be dangerous. And then deliver what you promised.

Try this formula

Here’s a simple headline-writing formula:

Number or Trigger word + Adjective + Keyword + Promise

Example: Take the subject “bathing elephants.” You could write an article entitled, “How to Bath an Elephant” or “Why I Love Bathing Elephants.”

Or you could apply this formula and make it: “18 Unbelievable Ways You Can Bathe an Elephant Indoors”

Another (more serious) example: Take a bold promise like “selling your house in a day.”

Apply the formula and you get: “How You Can Effortlessly Sell Your Home in Less than 24 Hours”

Here are some examples of my most popular articles and the headlines behind them:

When in doubt, be clear

People don’t want to be tricked into reading something boring; they want to be drawn into something exciting. Make it worth their while.

Take extra long time to consider what headline will grab people’s attention the most, and make sure that it describes your content in an honest, but attractive, way. They won’t regret it, and neither will you.

You can go grab the downloadable checklist that accompanies this blog post right here.

And if you don’t yet have a blog, check out my 8-minute video walk-through on how to launch a self-hosted WordPress blog.

What tricks for writing catchy headlines do you use? Share in the comments.

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