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Learn to Write Better Headlines by Reading These Classics

Writing headlines is an essential skill if you want people to read your content. If your first line sucks, people won’t read the second or third line.

David Ogilvy is often quoted saying that your headline is $.80 of your dollar.

This is because five times as many people read the first line of your copy. And if the first line is good…

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