Three Tips To Create A Headline That Gets More Traffic

When blogging it is important to get traffic. The question is how? The most important part to getting traffic is to have a header that screams out:  “click the link!”, without actually saying it. There are a few ways you can do this. The first way is to ask a question. By asking a question peoples natural instinct is to want to know what the answer is. Then they will click the link to find out more. Another great way to grab peoples attention is to create a list, ex. 10 ways to get more followers on Google plus. For some reason people just love lists. The most popular are longer ones such as top one hundred or worst one hundred. One of the best types of headers are best and worst. Which are just state that the article is about something you should never do, without giving any hints. The key to all the attention grabbing headers is to make the reader feel like they are missing out on something if they don’t click the link and read the article. You want to make people wonder.
Another way to lure readers in is to use vivid adjectives. By doing this you are creating an image in readers head. This image can cause them to want to know more about the image they are seeing to complete the picture.  Matching the adjectives with the image can also help reel ’em in.
The next way to get people from the headline to the blog is to make the reader feel like what they read will make something miraculous happen. Examples of this are “sell your jewelry for twice as much cash!” or “double your income in four days!”
Combining strategies will create an amazing header that is extremely eye catching.  Some examples of a good headline is: “Five easy ways to double your blogs traffic!” This headline combines a list with a vivid adjective and a claim, “that makes miracles happen”.
 All of these strategies will lead to more readers wanting to learn more and in return more traffic on your blog.