“I’m pretty much f*cked.”
That’s the opening sentence in Andy Weir’s The Martian.
Now, whether you agree with his word choice or not
you have to admit…
It’s pretty f*cking compelling.
It’s how you say…? Atten-cion Grab-berrrrr.
And, a fine example of how to get your reader’s attention.
>>takes deep breath, eyes widen, jazz hands initiate<< Just imagine the story that must be behind it. *gasp* Tell me more! Tell me more! Tell me more! Which is the exact conversation that will go on in your audience's brain when you can write such headliner wizardry. Do that and they won't be able to take their eyes off you... or your emails... or your opt-in pages... or your podcasts... or your blog posts... or your newsletters... or your website... or your ebooks... or your free report... or your tweets... or your facebook posts... or your advertisements... or your sales page... or your talk... Which is exactly why this month's issue of HEARTCOPY covers important subject matters, like... What makes a good headline. What makes a bad one. How to come up with irresistible, money-making headlines (even when you're not working) Plus, my best cut-and-paste headline templates I've got. All sent to your door step. But, I ain't handin' this kind of gold our for free. You gotta be a subscriber, baby. And subscribe you can, right here: www.copyforcoaches.com/heartcopy All Love, Jenn