I’m currently reading Content Rules. I started blogging about a year ago and shared our ministry experiences in Ghana, West Africa on the blog. What a revelation! I had no idea anyone would really be interested. We’re going again in January 2014 and I’m beginning to incorporate the advice you’ve generously shared.
I teach others how to teach the Bible and a favorite quote I use is “Reading maketh a full man; conference a ready man; and writing an exact man” Francis Bacon. I’ve found it’s easiest to speak with conviction and fluency when the writing process has first settled the content in the mind. I believe you can help me be a better writer which will translate to being a better speaker and teacher.
I’m being mentored by someone who knows you and he suggested I visit your blog. I have to say, it made my day.
Part of creating an eye-catching headline could be using some of the strong adjectives/verbs mentioned in tip #14. So, for example: Kill Your Spammy Backlinks - Before it's Too Late! or here's a good one I came across recently that I would definitely categorize as eye-catching: How Google Glass ruined my lunch hour The goal is to create something that feels, at least to some degree, out of the ordinary. It's hard to give examples because a headline can be eye-catching for many different reasons - because of word choice, punctuation, sentence structure, etc. I hope that helps!