Headlines … hmmh, this has been a nice challenge 🙂
Here are some ideas I had:
How to safeguard your social media profiles despite digital take-overs
How to protect your online footprint in just 15 minutes a month
How to save your most important online assets in just 15 minutes a month
How to protect your online profiles without spending insane amounts of time
How to rescue your precious online assets in just 15 minutes a month
How to find shelter from the whims of LinkedIn et al
How to stay in control of your online networks and footprint
How to beat social media managers at their own game and safeguard your online profiles
How to defend yourself against never-ending social media updates
How to outsmart the likes of LinkedIn, Facebook and co and preserve your online records
How to minimise the fallout from changes to your online profiles
How to take control of your online profiles and still have time to play
How to stay calm, collected and organised in the midst of social media chaos
4 precautions you must take to stay safe, sane and strong online
4 simple ways to protect your investment in social media platforms
4 simple ways to ensure your time spent on social media platforms is worthwhile
4 simple tips on how to shield your online contributions from overzealous social media geeks
4 simple tips on how to shield your online profiles from overzealous social media agents
Hmmh, I think the simpler the better.
Not sure which one my “favourite” is.
And I notice not all headlines mean the same. It’s because I am not clear about the content of the blog post yet.
Another lesson learnt: be clear on the content first, then write headlines!
Back to the drawing board 🙂