Austin, TX (PRWEB) February 20, 2013
Digital Marketer has released their latest video with Better Blogging Tips from Managing Editor and lead blogger Josh Loposer. The advice gives bloggers and online content writers ideas on constructing the best and most engaging headlines.
Loposer pointed out that headlines seem easy until you try to write one, and then you realize, Well, theres a million ways I can do this
The video highlights three easy to remember tips from Loposer, and the reasons why they can make headlines more impactful.
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