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Words Library for Headlines Printable
Have you ever used a word library for headlines printable?
Before scheduling an article, I always make sure it uses the correct SEO rules. One of the things I value the most is a catchy headline. So I installed on my browser the CoSchedule Headline Analyzer.
After using the services for a while, I noticed some common words that give my titles more power. So I decided to make a words library to keep them close each time I create a new headline or modify one.
If you want to use more powerful words, you can use the premium version of the analyzer. However, if you cannot afford it, you can always create your own words library for headlines with this printable. The analyzer will show you which words are less or more powerful, so write them in your library for future usage.
Below, there is an example of part of my library.
As you can see, there are four main categories: common, power, emotional and uncommon words.
- Common: each title should have a couple to sound concrete to people reading it. But usually, this category is not a problem.
- Power: titles should include strong words to trigger curiosity and promise the reader an improvement.
- Emotional: there should be at least one word that sets the emotive standard for the entire article. It doesn't matter if the title is angry, happy, or sad - but it needs to trigger feelings.
- Uncommon: each article should include uncommon words that catch attention to boost curiosity.
With this printable, you can create your own words library for headlines. But if you want to read more about the topic, here is how to set up an effective blog plan for guaranteed high productivity.
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