Eric Sloan Of ericestimate.com Tells Ultimate Spelling Readers How To Craft A Killer Website Headline, eReflect Shares

The headline is the make-or-break part of a web-based article or post, and not giving adequate thought to this can actually turn visitors away. Eric Sloan reveals how killer headlines are made.

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Headlines draw attention, challenge presumptions, and intrigue people.

New York City, NY (PRWEB) March 07, 2014

A headline, whether that is for a post or an article, is what convinces readers to keep reading. Headlines draw attention, challenge presumptions, and intrigue people. Eric Sloan of ericestimate.com reveals to the Ultimate Spelling™ blog readers his tips on how to craft headlines that grab the reader’s attention and keep them on the page rather than clicking away to another site.

The most important aspect of a website headline, Sloan explains, is that it offers some sort of relief or reassurance to the visitor that they’ve come to the right place to solve their problem. The headline has to include or touch upon a fear, anxiety, problem, or emotion visitors are experiencing, the reason that they are searching the web for a solution. If, for instance, a visitor is self-conscious when speaking in public, the headline needs to reassure them they will learn how to master that fear and speak confidently in front of an audience.

Ultimate Spelling™ readers will learn from Sloan's commentary that a headline is the first thing people read when visiting a website, and it’s what tells them if it’s worth staying or not. A headline that exhibits the benefits of reading on to the visitor is an alluring headline. Headlines need to be created with the reader in mind. Authors, bloggers, and anyone writing to attract readers need to remember that the purpose of a headline is not to appeal to their personal writing flair and taste, but to appeal to the reader.

People act instantly when they sense urgency. So headlines that remind readers of a limited time period to act work well, Eric Sloan divulges. Phrases like “limited time,” “while stock lasts,” and “today” make readers more eager to act immediately rather than procrastinate.

eReflect adds to the advice shared by Eric Sloan by underscoring the need for proper spelling. In other words, in order to truly have an appealing and attractive headline, the author needs to check and double-check their headline for any misspellings or typos. Everyone knows how to spell words, but it only takes a moment of distraction for a misspelling to slip through. eReflect is confident that by applying Eric Sloan’s advice, writers can provide web content that will become even more interesting and relevant to those taking the time to read it.

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