Tweak Your Reader’s Skepticism in Ezine Subject Lines and Post Headlines

Via Bly:

One technique Clayton teaches: address the reader’s skepticism in the headline instead of promising a big benefit. His example: a promotion for a nutritional supplement to improve vision that began with the headline, “Why Billberry and Lutein Don’t Work.â€?

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