The Strange Avalanche Iceman Headline Techniqu

Written by Grady Smith

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It’s designed to peak your interest. After readingrepparttar name of this technique, you might wonder what’s so strange about it? Why is it calledrepparttar 129381 “Strange Avalanche Iceman Headline Technique”? And whatrepparttar 129382 heck does cold stuff have to do with creating headlines?

Questions like this create a need for answers. And if you can raise questions in your headlines that propel people to look for answers, then you’re going to get them intorepparttar 129383 body of your copy.

So, let’s takerepparttar 129384 headline I wrote earlier. And let’s add a little punch torepparttar 129385 headline so it creates some curiosity.

“How A Complete Failure In Business Started A Million Dollar Internet Business On $57 Using This Super Strange Technique He Learned From A Cereal Box, And How You Can Use Exactly What He Does To Make YOUR Millions Too”.

Does that create interest for you? If so, why?

Chances are good most would read this headline and wonder what’s so strange and how someone could start a business with a technique on a cereal box, which nearly everyone gets their breakfast out of, and most of us read while we eat.

And that’srepparttar 129386 power behind it. People want to read on to discoverrepparttar 129387 whole story. They feel an irresistible urge to get torepparttar 129388 bottom of it fueled by hundreds of thoughts that they need immediate answers too.

Does it work? Like a charm. Butrepparttar 129389 best way to see it is to actually put it into action for yourself and gagerepparttar 129390 results against your existing headlines. Believe me,repparttar 129391 10 minutes you’ll spend creating intriguing headlines will be well worthrepparttar 129392 investment.

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Are You a "P-Word" Solver?

Written by Mary Anne Hahn

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· Poor employee morale: More than salaries, benefits and working conditions,repparttar employees in numerous companies today complain that communication (or, rather, lack thereof) isrepparttar 129378 number one "p-word" they face. And when employees are disgruntled, their productivity drops andrepparttar 129379 quality of their work diminishes. Can you step in as a consultant and help organizations analyze and correct that situation? Can you produce company employee newsletters? Then use your writing skills to help companies solve their employee morale "p- word."

· A need to getrepparttar 129380 word out: Whether promoting a cause (such as trying to get a new law passed) or wishing to warn or educaterepparttar 129381 public about something, some people have a passionate need to tell their particular stories. Their "p-word" is, they have no idea how to go about it. Writers who are familiar with what kinds of stories periodicals publish regularly can help these people spread their words by offering a ghostwriting service, or "as told to" articles.

These are just a few ideas to get you thinking about how you can broaden your freelance writing assignments. Your challenge is to discover what kinds of "p-word" solutions you can provide as a writer, and your opportunities for growth lie everywhere!

Mary Anne Hahn is the editor and publisher of WriteSuccess, THE ezine of ideas, information and inspiration for writers who want to pursue successful full-time writing careers. To subscribe, mailto:

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