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An Anatomy of a Click-Worthy Blog Post Headline

Headlines play a very important part in marketing your blog. Their job is to capture the attention of the online audience and compel them to read the entire article. However, accomplishing both things can be very tricky since headlines are supposed to be only a few words long. According to research, the most effective headlines are only six words long. The only reason why you do not always see 6-word headlines is that they are extremely difficult to write.
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