8 Websites To Steal Great Headline Ideas

8 Websites To Steal Great Headline Ideas

If you want to get more clicks on your blog entries, email broadcasts or social media posts, then you need to focus on hard-hitting headlines.

However, not everyone is born with the inherited talent of writing titles that garner attention from the masses. In fact, I’d be willing to say most people are severely lacking when it comes to writing good headlines. websites-for-good-headlines

So, I wanted to give you a list of websites that you can peruse for great headline material.

Now, I’m not suggesting that you copy these headlines word for word, but rather use them as inspiration to come up with your unique twist on what’s already working well.

Here’s an example of how I’d swipe a headline and make it my own.

I found this one on Viral Nova…

They Asked This Dog If She’s Stupid. Her Reply Is Hysterical… LOL.

Here’s my rewrite…

They Asked This Woman If She’s A Racist. Her Reply Is Hysterical… LOL.

See, super easy right. And that headline is totally going to get some clicks. Of course I just made it up on the spot, but you get the idea.

Listed below are 8 websites to steal great headline ideas from…

  1. www.menshealth.com
  2. www.digg.com
  3. www.upworthy.com
  4. www.viralnova.com
  5. www.buzzfeed.com
  6. www.wimp.com
  7. www.nationalenquirer.com
  8. www.weeklyworldnews.com

Did he just say “The National Enquirer” and “Weekly World News”?

You betcha!

The National Enquirer and the Weekly World News has long been a favorite by copywriters when looking for headline inspiration. I mean lets face it, who can ignore a headline like….

“Hillary Clinton Adopts Alien Baby”.


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Jason Moffatt is a former private detective turned internet marketer who uses his skills of keen observation and deductive reasoning to pinpoint the most reliable paths to success online. He’s passionate about helping entrepreneurs, health practitioners & those in the personal development space. Jason believes we’re all a work in progress and that each day presents an opportunity to be a little better than the last.

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