I’m really liking the short attention-getting headlines at the top of the Huffington Post. Whether or not you agree with their politics, the short quick headlines pull you in – and the long, clickable subheads tell you the details. Good 1-2 punch to attract lots of clicks.

For instance: when the stock market rallied a couple of days ago after a weeklong nose dive – The HP headline read: It’s Alive!

Right under that was the stock chart for the day. Good grabber.

On a headline about BofA chief and other bank execs refusing to talk to NY Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, HP ran a big this one-word headline:
Omerta    – the Mafia code of silence.

Good stuff.

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5 Responses to “Headlines that make you click – from the Huffington Post”

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  3. Rayon 25 Mar 2009 at 8:15 am

    nice post

  4. Annieon 25 Mar 2009 at 8:23 am

    well structured blog

  5. Matton 31 Mar 2009 at 12:21 pm

    nice post

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