Help for Writing Headlines and Tweets, Social Media, E-mail, and Bullet Points
When you are writing headlines and tweets you’re writing what’s called short copy. You’ve got a limited amount of space to share your message so every single word needs to count. Short copy includes things like:
- Bullet points
- Article/Blog post titles
- Email subject lines
Two of my buddies from NAMS, Karon Thackston and Chris Cobb, have just published Short Copy Success Secrets – How to Write Compelling Tweets, Headlines, Bullets, and More. Here’s some of what Short Copy Success Secrets covers:
- 2 magic words that make your tweets ultra-clickable.
- Dozens of ideas for tweets, headlines, blog titles & more.
- What the point of short copy really is.
- Who or what the focus should always be.
- The true goal of every piece of short copy.
- Quickie writing strategies that will save you time and headaches.
- How to whittle down long text into snappy short blurbs fast.
One thing I like about using Short Copy Success Secrets is how the content is laid out – videos PLUS transcripts PLUS examples. Examples always help me see how to apply new ideas to my own particular business.
I’ve been writing headlines and tweets using some of Karon’s ideas and find it much quicker to come up with my words. There are 12 tips for writing headlines, for instance, that I can quickly scan and use.
I asked Karon if she would cut a deal for my readers and she said yes! So between now and March 25th you can use the coupon code SUE20 and get $20 off this $47.00 product. Spending $27.00 to get more reaction to your headlines, Tweets, and e-mail subject lines is an easy return on investment to me.
Here’s the link (it’s my own affiliate link) to get Short Copy Success Secrets but be sure to use the SUE20 coupon. Expires March 25th. You’ll quit struggling over writing headlines and Tweets and get more response, I bet. As Karon preaches, “It’s not about what you want to say, it’s about what your audience wants to hear.”