3 Tips For Writing Better Headlines
by Bruce Carlson
The single most important element of your website's copy
is the headline. Take away practically everything else
and you can still manage a sale (if the headline's good
enough and you have a strong enough call to action). But
take away the headline and your chances for any success
are about zero.
Do You Really Want to Get Published?
Write for Trade Magazines!
by Mary Anne Hahn
Have you been repeatedly snubbed by consumer magazines?
Do you have little to show for your research and querying
efforts other than a folder of form rejection letters?
If your writing dream includes earning a halfway decent
to excellent income writing magazine articles, there are
editors at thousands and thousands of publications worldwide
who would open their doors (and their wallets) to work
with you. You've probably never heard of most of them,
but they have loyal readerships. They're called "trade
Writing for Teen Magazines
by Mridu Khullar
I would look at the magazines my teenage neighbor and
her friends stashed away in their cupboards and think,
Heck, I could do that! So one day, while she
was away at school, I broke into her room and borrowed
the magazines. Teenage magazines have changed since we
were teens, I can tell you that. No longer do they advocate
sex after marriage and accepting everything for what it
is. Teenage magazines today are a whole different gamut.
So, if you go into shock mode quickly, this market may
not be your cup of tea.