You have to be careful about the length of your headlines. Try not to go over 80 characters (incl spaces) to make your headlines tweetable and retweetable (with Twitter handles) and also to allow people to get what your post is about at a glance.
If you want to target specific key phrases they have to appear in the first 55 characters.
To keep your headlines focused and arouse curiosity with the right audience, the first question to answer is: does your audience want to develop a distinct voice, capture customers’ attention, or nurture loyalty? You could probably write two or three different posts based on these headlines (which is great!).
These are my favorites because I can easily “get” what these posts are about:
How to Weave Addictive Stories That Your Busy Clients Will Love
How to Write Blog Posts That Builds Customer Trust and Engagement
How to Craft Your Unique Business Story and Win Customer Loyalty
You got a great selection of power words in your other headlines, too. I love words like thrilling, addictive, jaded and clamor (and enchantment & seductive of course). The other headlines can become great, when you shorten them. For instance:
How Lessons from a Classic Story Can Transform Your Drab Web Copy into a Tales of Enchantment.
=> How to Transform Drab Web Copy Into Enchanting Stories [you don’t need to mention in your headline that you use lessons from a classic story]
How to Capture Your Customers Attention with Your Own Enchanting Voice Like a Modern Day Scheherazade.
=> How to Capture Your Customers’ Attention with Your Own Enchanting Voice
Enchant readers. Woo customers. Win business.