Analyse blog Mark McGuinness
The Problem with Working for Hire – curiosity (Why is there a problem?)
Enter the Entrepreneur – curiosity (Why enter an entrepreneur?)
1. Innovate with Your Business Model – benefit
2. Good Partners Bring Out the Best in Each Other – (I am in doubt, could be benefit and curiosity)
3. Work for Equity, Not for Hire – curiosity but told in a bossy way
4. Own Your Domain – bossy
5. Play Live – bossy
6. Keep the Content Coming – curiosity (How do you mean?)
7. An Experience Can’t Be Pirated – curiosity (the word pirate makes you wonder)
Et Tu, Reader? – curiosity (btw nice play with the way Shakespeare writes)
Two subheads I couldn’t place, so I called them bossy. It could be a way to motivate to read on too. In this post it works.
Are there even more possibilities for subheads? I can imagine that you can use a poetical version too. I also remember lots of books I read with descriptive sub-heads. Childrenbooks are great examples for that. An old one that comes to mind is Dik Trom.
I guess it is a matter of choice. With how you express your (sub-)heads you give away a bit of a feel for the blogstyle. As my blog is Nature oriented it would be more “in the wonder of the world” style. So a bit of a booklike style could be appropriate. Food for thought!
Fine Art Jewellery
Grounded in Nature