The latest post on ‘Copyblogger’ Blog is titled “How to Nail Your Opening”.

Jerod Morris says, “
Bubkes.

That’s what happens when you write a great headline, get scores of people to open your post, but then bore them with a lame opening.

They leave, and you accomplished nothing … except making them less likely to ever believe one of your headlines is worth clicking on ever again.

That’s why it’s essential that you nail the opening of your blog posts. To do so, you must open with a bang“.

How to Nail Your Opening

‘Copyblogger’ Blog


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