Sizzle Your Ebook Titles to Sell More

Have you thought about what makes a person click one article over scores in a list? Yes. You’re right; the title captured their interest. It made them want to read what the writer had to say. It’s a little more complicated with ebooks but the rule still applies. Some researchers say book titles can create up to 90% of the pulling power in capturing a potential reader’s attention.

To sell more ebooks, you must create sizzling titles designed to hook your potential readers. One of the most important skills to develop as a marketer of your ebook is the skill of creating attention-grabbing titles. When you master this skill you may use it in every aspect of your writing to attract more readers, more subscribers, improve your cash flow and increase your profits.

You’ll need title writing skill for your ebook titles, chapter titles, sub-heading. Even bullet points will gain added pulling power if they are developed correctly. Your website will need passionate headings to capture the attention of your web visitors.

If you don’t want the articles marketing your ebook lost in the sea of information streaming into your reader’s consciousness each day, you must title them well. In fact, any marketing material from your 5 page sales letter or tri-fold brochure to the 2 line classified ad needs the attention grabbing power of a great headline.

Titles set the stage for your potential audience. They either will work to grab your potential reader by the collar and pull them in for the read or they don’t. Top titles create excitement, anticipation and enthusiasm for more. You want your titles to express the heart and passion of your message or be ‘the match’ that ignites your reader’s interest in reading your important message.

Develop this valuable skill and you add magnetic pulling power and punch to all your marketing documents including your front ebook cover and chapter titles that will get your message read. Start with these 3 top tips to sizzle your titles, headlines, bullets and sell more.

1. The Big Promise.
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People will click away from hype and never come back. But if you have a big gun don’t be afraid to pull it out and use it. Consider carefully and use sparingly; then make your big promise and deliver. People will remember your promises and come back for more or purchase. Don’t forget to include the specific delivery or ‘how to’ in the copy beneath your big promise headline.

2. The Confusing.
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Develop curiosity into your title. A seemingly opposite simile works like a charm. Sometimes the title that doesn’t make a lot of sense will pull your audience in for the read. Would the title above arouse your curiosity? The confusing title can capture the attention of your audience just to see what it’s about.

3. The Top Benefit.
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A winning non-fiction title immediately communicates the benefit readers will gain after reading your ebook. Benefit-oriented ebooks often use the problem-solution approach. Master (A) this skill or technique and get (B) this benefit. Readers buy most ebooks for a “benefit.” They want simple instructions that will help them, grow them, educate them, profit more, less expense, less trouble, gain more time, less stress, better relationships, better health, less drama, less trauma, more energy and vitality and less fatigue.

Don’t wait to develop this valuable skill. Add magnetic pulling power and punch to all your marketing documents including your ebook cover and chapter titles that will get your message read. Titles set the stage for your potential audience. They either grab your potential reader by the shirt or they don’t. Create your titles to be ‘the match’ that ignites your reader’s interest in reading your important message. Title well and prosper!

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