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10 Most Powerful Headline Templates You Can Use To Boost Your Conversion Rate
It�s no secret that 80% of your time spent writing sales copy should be spent on your head lines. If your headlines don�t get read, the rest of your time spent writing the sales letter will go down the drain. So let�s look at some headline templates that can help you become a better copywriter and help you convert more prospects into buyers.
Headline #1: Get Rid Of (Problems) Once And For All
Headline #3 Thousands Now (Name the result that they can get from you, but that they think is impossible or hard to do) Who Never Thought They Could
Headline #4 (Have, Get, Own, Build) a _______ You Can Be Proud Of
Headline #5 Give Me (surprisingly short amount of time) � and I�ll (give you a result that they wouldn�t have expected!)
Headline #6 The Lazy (name your prospect)�s Way to (goal, result, or condition your prospect wants, that you can provide fort them.)
Headline #7 See How Easily You Can (Result you provide) (and how you provide it this new or unique way)
Headline #8 What�s New in (something your prospects want or buys from you)
Example: What�s New In Plasma TV?
Headline #9 Do You Make These (type of product or service you provide) Mistakes?
Headline #10 (Do this particular action) like (a world class practitioner in this activity)
These are just a few headlines that you can use to boost your conversion rate. Remember, headlines are read by 80 percent of the people before they do any other reading. Very few people will read your letter from top to bottom. Most will scan through the letter to see if it is even worth reading. They have tons of things on their mind, picking up the kids from school, taking out the trash, getting the laundry done, fixing the car, going to work, the list goes on and on. Your headline has to reach out and grab their attention from all of that.
Use these headline templates and play with them. Create scenarios where you would pretend to write a sales letter for a particular business and substitute the results. Practice, Practice, Practice.
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