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      Cutting Through The Information Overload: Grab Your Readers' Attention With a Great Title

      See TERMS OF REPRINT to the end of the article.

      Article Description:
      As avid readers, we have trained our brains to scan the
      headlines looking for something that might suit our
      desires... This article will give you a solid understanding
      of how to grab your readers by the eyeballs and get them to
      open and read your articles...


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      Copyright (c) 2011 Bill Platt
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      As avid readers, we have trained our brains to scan the headlines
      looking for something that might suit our desires... This article
      will give you a solid understanding of how to grab your readers
      by the eyeballs and get them to open and read your articles...

      You Have Only a Split-Second To Make A Good First Impression

      Think about how you browse the Internet, and you will know this
      to be true. We scan the titles / headlines, looking for something
      to pop off the page...

      When something reaches up and grabs us by the eyeballs, we take a
      closer look...

      We look at the title with a greater attention to detail, and if a
      description is available, we will look at the description to see
      if it agrees with the title enough to merit our continued
      interest.

      The decision to look at a title with more attention is usually
      made within a split-second. The decision to open the article is
      usually made in ten seconds or less.

      Keywords in a Title Help

      There are certain keywords that when seen in a title will be the
      trigger someone to look closer at the article title.

      Contrary to what you may have heard elsewhere, it is not always
      necessary for your target keywords to be in the front part of the
      title.

      Your keywords only need to be "in the title" somewhere, in
      order to attract the readers' eyeballs to your title.

      The title should be constructed to build curiosity in the article
      and to lead the reader to make a decision to open and read the
      article.

      Let me reiterate this point, because it is that important. The
      purpose of the title is to get the article opened, and the
      inclusion of keywords in the title is to attract eyeballs to the
      title.

      Let The Article Description Build On The Progress Made With The
      Title

      In some cases, your article title will be accompanied by an
      article description, but not always.

      Your article description should be constructed to create even
      more interest in the article by giving some additional details
      about what can be expected to be found within the article itself.

      Often times, the first paragraph of the article is used as the
      article description.

      If both are the same, that is fine. But if both the article
      description and the first paragraph of the article are different,
      then both should be constructed with the same goal in mind. Both
      should be constructed to build more interest in the article, to
      ensure that the reader makes a decision to keep reading.

      The Goal Is To Get Someone To Your Resource Box To Take An Action

      As article writers, our goal is always to get the reader to our
      articles' Resource Box to get them to take the actions we want
      them to take.

      But there are many hurdles that we must overcome, before the
      reader can take the action we want them to take.

      We must get our articles into a location where people are likely
      to find them.

      An article that never gets opened, never gets read.

      An article that does not hold the readers' attention until the
      end of the article will fail to deliver on its intended goal of
      getting the reader to the resource box.

      A closing paragraph or resource box that tells the reader that
      they have come to the end of the article, before the reader has
      been presented with a call-to-action is also an article that
      fails to achieve its real potential.

      And a resource box that does not get read is a resource box that
      missed the mark.

      After all that could have gone wrong in the process of the
      article, the writer faces one more challenge that is often more
      difficult than all other challenges to overcome...

      Writers Must Be Able To Overcome Writers' Block and Get The
      Article Written

      I'd be lying if I said that I never experienced writers' block,
      even after having written thousands of articles in the last
      decade.

      2009 was a turning point for me as a writer.

      That was when I discovered an awesome method of increasing my
      writing speed reliably and consistently.

      To be honest, when I had my revelation, I was able to cut my
      average writing time from around two hours to just under 20
      minutes.

      My new article writing strategy begins with good research. If you
      get my 20-Minute Article report, I will teach you how to do your
      research and organize that research in such a way that you will
      be able to write most of your articles in less than 20 minutes as
      well, without having to sacrifice the good quality content that
      you need to attract readers and keep them on your article until
      they have seen your call-to-action.




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    • Bill Platt
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        A Free-Reprint Article Written by: Bill Platt

        Article Title:
        Cutting Through The Information Overload: Grab Your Readers' Attention With a Great Title

        See TERMS OF REPRINT to the end of the article.

        Article Description:
        As avid readers, we have trained our brains to scan the
        headlines looking for something that might suit our
        desires... This article will give you a solid understanding
        of how to grab your readers by the eyeballs and get them to
        open and read your articles...


        Additional Article Information:
        ===============================

        802 Words; formatted to 65 Characters per Line
        Distribution Date and Time: 2012-11-14 14:15:00

        Written By: Bill Platt
        Copyright: 2011-2012
        Contact Email: mailto:comments@...


        Bill Platt's Picture URL:
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        Copyright (c) 2011-2012 Bill Platt
        Writing Puzzle
        http://WritingPuzzle.com/



        As avid readers, we have trained our brains to scan the headlines
        looking for something that might suit our desires... This article
        will give you a solid understanding of how to grab your readers
        by the eyeballs and get them to open and read your articles...

        You Have Only a Split-Second To Make A Good First Impression

        Think about how you browse the Internet, and you will know this
        to be true. We scan the titles / headlines, looking for something
        to pop off the page...

        When something reaches up and grabs us by the eyeballs, we take a
        closer look...

        We look at the title with a greater attention to detail, and if a
        description is available, we will look at the description to see
        if it agrees with the title enough to merit our continued
        interest.

        The decision to look at a title with more attention is usually
        made within a split-second. The decision to open the article is
        usually made in ten seconds or less.

        Keywords in a Title Help

        There are certain keywords that when seen in a title will be the
        trigger someone to look closer at the article title.

        Contrary to what you may have heard elsewhere, it is not always
        necessary for your target keywords to be in the front part of the
        title.

        Your keywords only need to be "in the title" somewhere, in
        order to attract the readers' eyeballs to your title.

        The title should be constructed to build curiosity in the article
        and to lead the reader to make a decision to open and read the
        article.

        Let me reiterate this point, because it is that important. The
        purpose of the title is to get the article opened, and the
        inclusion of keywords in the title is to attract eyeballs to the
        title.

        Let The Article Description Build On The Progress Made With The
        Title

        In some cases, your article title will be accompanied by an
        article description, but not always.

        Your article description should be constructed to create even
        more interest in the article by giving some additional details
        about what can be expected to be found within the article itself.

        Often times, the first paragraph of the article is used as the
        article description.

        If both are the same, that is fine. But if both the article
        description and the first paragraph of the article are different,
        then both should be constructed with the same goal in mind. Both
        should be constructed to build more interest in the article, to
        ensure that the reader makes a decision to keep reading.

        The Goal Is To Get Someone To Your Resource Box To Take An Action

        As article writers, our goal is always to get the reader to our
        articles' Resource Box to get them to take the actions we want
        them to take.

        But there are many hurdles that we must overcome, before the
        reader can take the action we want them to take.

        We must get our articles into a location where people are likely
        to find them.

        An article that never gets opened, never gets read.

        An article that does not hold the readers' attention until the
        end of the article will fail to deliver on its intended goal of
        getting the reader to the resource box.

        A closing paragraph or resource box that tells the reader that
        they have come to the end of the article, before the reader has
        been presented with a call-to-action is also an article that
        fails to achieve its real potential.

        And a resource box that does not get read is a resource box that
        missed the mark.

        After all that could have gone wrong in the process of the
        article, the writer faces one more challenge that is often more
        difficult than all other challenges to overcome...

        Writers Must Be Able To Overcome Writers' Block and Get The
        Article Written

        I'd be lying if I said that I never experienced writers' block,
        even after having written thousands of articles in the last
        decade.

        2009 was a turning point for me as a writer.

        That was when I discovered an awesome method of increasing my
        writing speed reliably and consistently.

        To be honest, when I had my revelation, I was able to cut my
        average writing time from around two hours to just under 20
        minutes.

        My new article writing strategy begins with good research. If you
        get my 20-Minute Article report, I will teach you how to do your
        research and organize that research in such a way that you will
        be able to write most of your articles in less than 20 minutes as
        well, without having to sacrifice the good quality content that
        you need to attract readers and keep them on your article until
        they have seen your call-to-action.




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          Article Title:
          Cutting Through The Information Overload: Grab Your Readers' Attention With a Great Title

          See TERMS OF REPRINT to the end of the article.

          Article Description:
          As avid readers, we have trained our brains to scan the
          headlines looking for something that might suit our
          desires... This article will give you a solid understanding
          of how to grab your readers by the eyeballs and get them to
          open and read your articles...


          Additional Article Information:
          ===============================

          802 Words; formatted to 65 Characters per Line
          Distribution Date and Time: 2013-07-03 13:00:00

          Written By: Bill Platt
          Copyright: 2011-2013
          Contact Email: mailto:comments@...


          Bill Platt's Picture URL:
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          For more free-reprint articles by Bill Platt, please visit:
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          Cutting Through The Information Overload: Grab Your Readers' Attention With a Great Title
          Copyright (c) 2011-2013 Bill Platt
          Writing Puzzle
          http://WritingPuzzle.com/



          As avid readers, we have trained our brains to scan the headlines
          looking for something that might suit our desires... This article
          will give you a solid understanding of how to grab your readers
          by the eyeballs and get them to open and read your articles...

          You Have Only a Split-Second To Make A Good First Impression

          Think about how you browse the Internet, and you will know this
          to be true. We scan the titles / headlines, looking for something
          to pop off the page...

          When something reaches up and grabs us by the eyeballs, we take a
          closer look...

          We look at the title with a greater attention to detail, and if a
          description is available, we will look at the description to see
          if it agrees with the title enough to merit our continued
          interest.

          The decision to look at a title with more attention is usually
          made within a split-second. The decision to open the article is
          usually made in ten seconds or less.

          Keywords in a Title Help

          There are certain keywords that when seen in a title will be the
          trigger someone to look closer at the article title.

          Contrary to what you may have heard elsewhere, it is not always
          necessary for your target keywords to be in the front part of the
          title.

          Your keywords only need to be "in the title" somewhere, in
          order to attract the readers' eyeballs to your title.

          The title should be constructed to build curiosity in the article
          and to lead the reader to make a decision to open and read the
          article.

          Let me reiterate this point, because it is that important. The
          purpose of the title is to get the article opened, and the
          inclusion of keywords in the title is to attract eyeballs to the
          title.

          Let The Article Description Build On The Progress Made With The
          Title

          In some cases, your article title will be accompanied by an
          article description, but not always.

          Your article description should be constructed to create even
          more interest in the article by giving some additional details
          about what can be expected to be found within the article itself.

          Often times, the first paragraph of the article is used as the
          article description.

          If both are the same, that is fine. But if both the article
          description and the first paragraph of the article are different,
          then both should be constructed with the same goal in mind. Both
          should be constructed to build more interest in the article, to
          ensure that the reader makes a decision to keep reading.

          The Goal Is To Get Someone To Your Resource Box To Take An Action

          As article writers, our goal is always to get the reader to our
          articles' Resource Box to get them to take the actions we want
          them to take.

          But there are many hurdles that we must overcome, before the
          reader can take the action we want them to take.

          We must get our articles into a location where people are likely
          to find them.

          An article that never gets opened, never gets read.

          An article that does not hold the readers' attention until the
          end of the article will fail to deliver on its intended goal of
          getting the reader to the resource box.

          A closing paragraph or resource box that tells the reader that
          they have come to the end of the article, before the reader has
          been presented with a call-to-action is also an article that
          fails to achieve its real potential.

          And a resource box that does not get read is a resource box that
          missed the mark.

          After all that could have gone wrong in the process of the
          article, the writer faces one more challenge that is often more
          difficult than all other challenges to overcome...

          Writers Must Be Able To Overcome Writers' Block and Get The
          Article Written

          I'd be lying if I said that I never experienced writers' block,
          even after having written thousands of articles in the last
          decade.

          2009 was a turning point for me as a writer.

          That was when I discovered an awesome method of increasing my
          writing speed reliably and consistently.

          To be honest, when I had my revelation, I was able to cut my
          average writing time from around two hours to just under 20
          minutes.

          My new article writing strategy begins with good research. If you
          get my 20-Minute Article report, I will teach you how to do your
          research and organize that research in such a way that you will
          be able to write most of your articles in less than 20 minutes as
          well, without having to sacrifice the good quality content that
          you need to attract readers and keep them on your article until
          they have seen your call-to-action.




          ---------------------------------------------------------------------
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          marketers. If you are more interested in writing and publishing books, then
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          cup of tea. Bill Platt has been teaching other writers how to create content
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          * Links must remain in the form that we published them.
          Clean links should point to the Author's links without
          redirects having been inserted into the copy.

          * You are not allowed to Change or Delete any Words or
          Links in the Article or Resource Box. Paragraph breaks
          must be retained with articles. You can change where
          the paragraph breaks fall, but you cannot eliminate all
          paragraph breaks as some have chosen to do.

          * Email Distribution of this article Must be done through
          Opt-in Email Only. No Unsolicited Commercial Email.


          * You Are Allowed to format the layout of the article for
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          * You may not use sentences from this article as an input
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          this article applies to the "WHOLE" article.


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          We ask that you notify the author of publication of his
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          Would you like to learn how to improve the performance of your
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          Learn more about our article distribution services by visiting:
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          The content of this article is solely the property
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