Are you over writing blog posts getting zero comments?

I know the pain. You work for weeks on a new blog post: researching, writing, editing, rewriting, finding the perfect images, formatting, etc. You hit publish. You wait. You refresh. Nothing.

It’s enough to want you make you quit this whole blogging thing…why isn’t anyone reading your stuff?

Your content isn’t the problem, but maybe your headline is…

Did you know you only have 2.6 seconds to win a new visitor over. If you fail, they leave and will likely never return. This is why having a good headline is CRUCIAL. But how do YOU decide?

Eenie-meenie-miney-mo? Do you even have a process for creating and choosing effective headlines?

This is why I’m writing you today. The team at Thrive Themes just launched a new plugin: Thrive Headline Optimizer

Check it out here:

Whenever you create a new post, you can simply enter multiple headline variations and Headline Optimizer will test them against each other, to find the most effective one. Not only that, the plugin will also automatically pick the winning headline for you, so you don’t have to remember to check back on all your posts or get a degree in statistics to figure out what’s going on.

Thrive Headline Optimizer uses the same techniques big websites like Huffington Post, Forbes, CNN & Buzzfeed use to create the most compelling and click-worthy headlines possible.

Because they are consistently testing to be certain about the best headline, they consistently win.

Every post they publish ends up with the best, most click-worthy headline. This results in more attention, more clicks and more captivated visitors. Which results in less fits of frustration.

You can learn everything you need to know about Thrive Headline Optimizer here:

Cheers,
A.J

P.S. – Check out the plugin now while it’s at a special, discounted launch price. After the launch is over, the price will increase. It will never be this low again. Here’s the link one more time

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