Headlines are extremely important. They encourage people to take a deeper look at your website, advert, letter, printed leaflet, or email broadcast. 
So what headline should you use? It all depends on your target audience. The tone, style, pace and wording should be defined by the demographics of your customers and will influence the way in which you write your headline and which style you use: 
Filter: Shows the relevance by flagging the target audience 
Headline example: “Attention all business owners” 
When to use: To directly hook in the appropriate target audience 
Cryptic: Attracts readers’ curiosity and makes little sense as a stand-alone headline 
Headline example: “You know you want one” 
When to use: Used to lure the customer to read the copy text 
Direct: Presents a proposition in a direct and concise form 
Headline example: “Get a new website for as little as £250 from it’seeze websites” 
When to use: To present a simple proposition requiring little or no explanatory copy. 
Question: Poses a question to which the response should always be ‘yes’ 
Headline example:Want to win more business?” 
When to use: Engaging the target audience’s interest and pushing towards copy 
Call to Action: Headline contains an instruction to the reader to act 
Headline example: “Contact it’seeze today to get your website in time for Christmas” 
When to use: To prompt your reader to take immediate action 
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