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Big event in the city

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After the title, however, the first few sentences are certainly the most important part. Journalists call this critical introductory section the “lede,” and when properly executed, it’s the bridge that carries your reader from an attention-grabbing headline to the body of your blog post. If you want to nail it, try one of these 10 […]

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Another famous guest

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This is a great way to establish a deeper connection with your readers. Assuming that’s your thing. Use with caution, however. This is not something that should be used as a “tactic,” but rather as a true expression of your own personality and desire for transparency. Also, if you have a history of writing posts […]

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Hosting crazy rockers

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What’s more compelling and inspiring than reading about someone else’s path to success? This is a tried and true approach to hooking your reader. It’s also great for linkbait (but that’s another article). The cool thing about this is the success story doesn’t even have to be your own. Example From: 10 Simple Tips To […]

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FAVORITE PROMOTION

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Reader questions are great. Mainly because you can usually be sure other people share the same question. Also, it’s so much easier to address a specific question rather than have to pull content out of your own head. Example From: How to Create More Content for Your Blog and Kill 2 Birds With 1 Stone […]

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Today dinasu makes 20% off

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Sometimes known as “the tease,” this approach is a little sneaky, but especially powerful. The trick is to withhold a key piece of information till later in the piece so the reader is compelled to keep reading. Example From: How to Pull Readers Into Your Content Instantly by Derek Halpern “How’d you like to learn […]

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Hello world!

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This is a great way to establish a deeper connection with your readers. Assuming that’s your thing. Use with caution, however. This is not something that should be used as a “tactic,” but rather as a true expression of your own personality and desire for transparency. Also, if you have a history of writing posts […]

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New superior room added

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A variation on the question technique above, the multiple-choice question is another great way to engage your reader. I don’t know about you, but I love multiple-choice questions. It’s like responding to a poll. As above, make your question relevant to your reader and the article itself. Example From: How to Change Your Mindset for […]

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