Jun 03, 2007 To find a catchy title for your paper or essay, start by thinking of 1 or 2 keywords or phrases to include in the title that applies to the topic of your essay and will hook your reader in. You can also try looking for a How can the answer be improved? How to write catchy headlines. Too often the headline is the most neglected part of writing an article.
People just gloss over it without taking much time to consider it. In their minds, its the cherry on top. No, friends; its not.
The headline is the sundae. I sometimes deliberate over titles for 3060 minutes before settling on one that works. Writing a catchy title and introduction to an article can be the most challenging part of preparing a written piece. When used effectively, the title and introduction together can be a hook to capture the readers' interest and encourage them to continue reading.
Writing a successful, catchy book title for fiction or narrative nonfiction (such as memoir) also involves reflecting the book's promise.
But instead of promising that your reader will learn about the life of John Adams or look 20 years younger, you're crafting the promise of Make sure you write titles and subheadings that tell the reader why they need to spend time on that content.
Catchy headlines can make or break your content. There are infinite ways to write a headline.