how to get your blog read

Every blogger wants celebrity status, so how to get your blog read by more readers?

One of the biggest struggles most bloggers have is the headline. This is the first thing your readers sees and based on this information makes them want to click on your blog to read more.

Today I am going to share with you, 25 words to grab your readers attention.

Now these are no ordinary words. They contain power and magical abilities. Once you start using these 25 words to grab their attention you can’t go back.

So you have been warned. Proceed with caution when you use these words. You can mix them up to create a powerful, compelling headline.

Use at your own risk:

How to Get Your Blog Read by More Eyeballs:

  1. Announcing
  2. Introducing
  3. How to
  4. Easily
  5. Would You
  6. Prove/Proof
  7. Wanted
  8. Warning
  9. Formula
  10. Crazy
  11. Insane
  12. Mistake(s)
  13. Never
  14. Stop
  15. Stupid
  16. Lazy
  17. Simple
  18. Ugly
  19. Harness
  20. Eliminate
  21. Little-Known
  22. Shocking
  23. Wrong
  24. struggle/struggling
  25. More

These words were ripped from the headlines of many compelling articles. What I have shared with you is critical copywriting skills that few master bloggers reveal.

The purpose of a headline is to grab your readers attention. You want them to feel compelled to click on the link, or they could be missing out on something big. This is how to get your blog read by more bloggers and those that are currently searching the web for your information.

Next time pay attention to the headlines that make you stop and read them. What words were used to grab your focus.

The skill of a great marketer happens when you begin to question what you are reading and what is grabbing your attention. Now this doesn’t mean we forgo our research and insight with Keyword planner. We still need to know what our audience is looking for. But once we find that… throw in a few of these tantalizing words and see if your open rate improves. (message me with your results!)

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How to get your blog read, write a compelling headline and make sure you follow it with great content. That is a post for another blog… creating compelling content.

***Did This Help You? If so, I would greatly appreciate if you commented below and shared on Facebook and/or Google+.***

Yours in Gratitude,

Chef Katrina van Oudheusden

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    26 replies to "How to Get Your Blog Read"

    • Robin Strohmaier

      Katrina, excellent article and tips for writing compelling titles to get your articles read. Thank you for sharing these!

      • Katrina

        Hi Robin! Always a pleasure to share what is working and what can help others be successful! Have a beautiful day!

    • Shari

      “Little-known diet tricks of physicians.” “Insane habits to avoid.” I find these words not only useful, but fun to consider. Thanks!

      • Katrina

        Looks like you are having fun with it already! Love it! Great to see you again Shari!

    • Terri Lind Davis

      These are good ideas for blog titles. I am saving for future reference. Thank You!

      • Katrina

        Always a pleasure to share valuable content. Looking forward to seeing you put this into practice! 🙂 Have a wonderful day!

    • Don Purdum

      Great post Katrina! It is hard coming up with compelling headlines that can make sense to a reader. I’m getting more comfortable with words that may seem shocking or even a little exaggerated because once they read my content I hope it pulls it together for them.

      • Katrina

        That is the key, to create a shocking, or a must click headline that you can tie into your blog post. Looking forward to seeing some “shocking” headlines from you! 🙂 Have an amazing day!

    • Yvonne Brown

      You have provided everyone with valuable content as these tips can cross over to all industries! Thank you for being so thoughtful!

      • Katrina

        Hi Yvonne! Always a please to share a valuable resource. I enjoy helping others build and create success.

    • Jackie de Boer

      Headlines are so very important Katrina, thanks for sharing some great suggestions.

      • Katrina

        Hi Jackie! Great to have you back! I am learning the power of a headline. It takes time and after a while it become second nature. Looking forward to seeing you back here soon. 🙂

    • Joan Harrington

      Fantastic tips Katrina!! Thank you for sharing 🙂

      • Katrina

        Always a pleasure to share what I am learning Joan. I believe in paying it forward. Have fun playing with these words and create engaging content around them.

    • Thanks for the list. Now I’m thinking, instead of the title I used for this weeks blog “Can I wear that fashion?” I could have said: Would you wear this fashion? I actually see the difference. I am enjoying blogging weekly as an opportunity to show some of my product and explore ideas and trends that relates to my business. For sure, I will use this list.

      • Katrina

        I love that you are already putting it into action! You are amazing Roslyn! Keep sharing with the world!

    • Nate Leung

      Hi Katrina,

      Love the list that you’ve shared today. All very powerful and compelling words to use in your copy. Copy applies to all areas and can the list that you’ve shared will be very helpful. Thanks Katrina!

      • Katrina

        Thanks Nate. This is the short list of 200+ words. These are my top 25 favorite for sure! Copy is everything in writing, blogging, and even in updates! See ya back here soon!

    • Ryan Biddulph

      Katrina, excellent! Bookmarked for future reference. Our job grows easier if we use the magic words…those words people just cannot resist.

      Thanks for sharing!

      • Katrina

        Hey Ryan! Nice to meet you off of Twitter! Like your blog. Great info. Looking forward to chatting and helping each other grow. 🙂

    • Candess

      Katrina, thanks for all these headlines. I sent your blog site to a couple friends! This is so apropos during the blog challenge. What a gift!

      • Katrina

        Hi Candess! Welcome! Thank you for sharing and helping to educate others. You are a blessing to your friends. What other aspects of online marketing are you interested in learning more about?

    • Shalonda Gordon

      Chef Katrina, thanks for sharing.. I’m always tweaking on my headlines.. on my blogs and in my email marketing.. I really appreciate you sharing this list.. make it great and keep smiling

      • Katrina

        Welcome Shalonda! Thank you for taking a moment to read this blog post. I am glad you got some value out of this. Tweaking is always a good thing. Looking forward reading your blog and building a friendship! 🙂

    • Fiona Maclean

      LOL nice post. Although I avoid ALL posts that start ‘insane’ 😉

      • Katrina

        Hi Fiona, I would have to agree… but I have seen, “Insane plugin to get you 25 leads today”. Then I can see insane being used the right way. LOL. Did this blog post add value?

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