Your article headlines will make or break your business

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The most effective way of writing good headlines is to come up with your headline only when you have finished readingrepparttar 150109 content. Not only is it easier to come up with a much better headline whenrepparttar 150110 content is done, but you also be able to come up with different headlines covering different aspects ofrepparttar 150111 article. You can then decide which isrepparttar 150112 most attractive aspect ofrepparttar 150113 article to base your headline on.

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A Publishing Genius Finds Niche!

Written by Winn Griffin

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What next? Of course, other series came along like The Bobbsey Twins which appeared in 1904 and Tom Swift in 1910; The Hardy Boys in 1927 and Nancy Drew in 1930. The latter two series survive till this day. Stratemeyer died in 1930. He left his publishing business to his two daughters of which one took uprepparttar business and began more series afterrepparttar 150026 model of her father.

One ofrepparttar 150027 little known pseudonyms ofrepparttar 150028 Stratemeyer Syndicate was Chester K. Steele. This pseudonym was used for a series of mystery books aimed at an older audience. The first book was The Mansion of Mystery and was written by Stratemeyer himself whilerepparttar 150029 others inrepparttar 150030 series were all ghostwritten.

One of these books is The Golf Course Mystery (1919) is among six of these mysteries. This novel inrepparttar 150031 Public Domain and you can read it at Vintage Literature (

Winn Griffin is a publisher of Public Domain works which gives Vintage Literature a new lease on life for a 21st Century audience. You may distribute this article freely on your website, as long as this entire article, including links and this resource box are unchanged. Read Chester K. Steele's The Golf Course Mystery at Vintage Literature (

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