7 social media pros share little-known tips for social networking success
=> Yep, I agree with your analysis. The word “Pros” is often seen as a power word, too.
Kwintessential’s 5 Tips to Ensure Your E-com Store Appeals to International Shoppers
=> Having “Kwintessential” at the start is a little distracting to me. I’d go for something slightly simpler: 5 Simple Tips to Attract International Shoppers to Your E-com Store
10 things from off of the internet to make you want to go home early
=> I agree with you – this is a rather strange and dull headline. Yes, going home early is a good benefit, but the rest confuses me – and you always want readers to grasp your headline at a glance. They quickly lose interest!
52 Tweetable Tips On How You Can Create More Opportunity, Adventure and Friendship With Others
=> Yep, good analysis. I like the word “tweetable”, too – indicating that they’re quick tips plus the article will provide me with content I can tweet – saving me time.
Fuel your wanderlust with photos from our authors, staff and loyal followers.
=> This headline only works for people who know which authors etc this is about. It loses its attraction in a social media stream.
The gentle art of corporate masturbation with free advice on what not to do in your emails
=> This headline tries to communicate too many different things. The start (“the gentle art of corporate masturbation”) definitely attracts attention, but the remainder of the headline confuses. Doesn’t each blog post offer free advice? What does corporate masturbation have to do with emails?
Why You Need To Stop Feeling Guilty For Doing What You Love
=> Great headline!
Finally – an Indian recipe book for home cooks who are scared of Indian cooking! And a recipe for salmon and spinach curry
=> “finally” is a power word, too–implying this is what we’ve all been waiting for. Otherwise, this headline is too long. I’d recommend to go for 80 characters (incl spaces) max, so it’s still easy to tweet.
Good start to the week, Véronique! Good work.
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