Pretty simple. Or? But there is one exception. Like always. When not to write the headline first As mentioned in my example above, I don't always start with a headline either. There are always exceptions. You just confirm the rule. If that's the case, then I just use a temporary headline. Then I work with it first and take care of the actual text. After that, I often come up with a better variation that better reflects the core idea. Or a better idea how I could position my article. In detail, the process looks like this: Step 1: Start with your rough topic. Step 2: Write a temporary headline. Step 3: Structure your content.
Step Revise your temporary headline. Step 5: Create the rest of the content. Step 6: Rewrite your headline until it's perfect. So that means sometimes you don't know exactly what you want to write about. Or you don't know exactly what your goal is. Or you don't have a clear opinion yet. No clear Israel phone number list point of view. That's when you find out all of this when you write. And that's exactly when you should write your headline at the end . Conclusion Your headline is a promise. And promises are made before they are fulfilled. So always write your headline first.
Unless you don't have clarity yet. Then use a temporary headline and revise it as you write. Over and over again. And if you still want to learn more about perfect headlines, then you're in for a treat. Because this is the first part of the series on how to write magnetic headlines. But how about you? text first?How to use this little trick to write great headlines Vladislav Melnik BY VLADISLAV MELNIK 29 COMMENTS This little trick is used by some of the best copywriters. Often only in private. And often even in secret.