Blog Headline Action Guide and Toolkit- What Yo’ Mama Never Taught Ya!

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Howdy BGB’ers! I know it’s a Saturday and many of you are likely off having a bang up time with your families.

However due to some custody drama yesterday (don’t you hate that shite?!) this post didn’t go up when it was supposed to.

Thus, I had to do it today as I simply couldn’t wait and wanted you to get all the goods about something cool I’ve recently been asked to review.

Please know that I get quite a few review requests in my email, pretty regularly. But with this particular product, I couldn’t resist saying yes as my girl Jean was a co-creator.

Glad I did too, as it is simply damn good, usable information.

Not only that, but I’m in the middle of reviewing a kick ass copywriting course which I will post soon, so this particular product ties in nicely!

If you’ve been a reader of BGB for any length of time, you’ll likely notice I have a penchant for creating at times wacky or off the wall headlines. Hell you can just take a stroll through the home page and see at least 10 examples!

My goals with my headlines (unless I’m just being lazy) are to intrigue potential readers, incite their curiosity, and give them an idea of what they are in for.

It’s a pretty good strategy and it works for me.

Jered however, of PlugChug Blogging Solutions has put together an extremely comprehensive guide and toolkit for you, if you struggle in the headline department at all.

I’ll be honest, I’d never heard of Jered until he emailed me. However I am friends with his partner, my girl Jean Sarauer (creator of Virgin Blogger Notes) so I knew that it’s potential for greatness had to be pretty high.

Jean is a spectacular writer and one blogger I particularly miss actually. 🙂 She’s since moved on from blogging, but I knew that if she was a part of Jered’s project it had to be good and I was right.

Anyhoo, on to the goodies.

Blog Headline Action Guide and Toolkit

In a nutshell, this is an ebook that covers all the ingredients of creating a kick ass headline. The yummy goodness comes not just from the knowledge you gain, but also from the toolkit itself, that is designed to help you actually CREATE rather than just learn a bunch of THEORY on what makes a killer headline.

The toolkit offers you a 5 step headline transformation worksheet, a 4 step checklist, a tip sheet with 28 tips to keep you on track, a 9 step how to write a headline quick guide, plus 175 plug-and-play headline formulas for when you’re really stalling in the inspiration department.

Here’s a snapshot of the table of contents:

  • Why Strong Headlines Increase Traffic, Subscribers, and Sales
  • The Essentials of Irresistable Headlines
  • 9 Simple Steps to Writing a Great Headline
  • How to Evaluate & Transform Your Headlines
  • Tips, Checklists, Worksheets, and 175 Ready-to-Use Headline Formulas

As you can see this ebook is pretty comprehensive. And it’s almost a steal for only $27 bucks. Plus Jered offers pretty sweet bonuses as well. You get monthly headline training video/tele-class updates, plus a one-on-one email session with Jered himself.

I don’t know about you, but the value of an email session alone is worth more than $27 bucks if it can help you create amazing headlines that drive targeted traffic to the content you want people to read!

So, snag it now while Jered is still crazy enough to offer it at this price- Blog Headline Action Guide and Toolkit.

Oh and be sure to drop any comments and/or feedback in the comments below if you do decide to pick it up, I’m sure your fellow BGB’ers would be interested to hear them!  You can also share this post liberally with your friends if you totally love me. 😉

Ciao

 

 

Crazy-assed but necessary disclaimer- any links to this product above are affiliate links and that means if you buy it I make some cash.  That however does not mean I’ll review junk just to make a buck.  ‘Nuff said.

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