How To Write Emotional Headlines So, how should you go about writing more emotional headlines? Start by understanding what constitutes as emotional. Copywriter Karl Stepp offers a great list of highly emotional words that he calls “power words for emotional selling.” As a handy guide, I have converted them to this handy tear-sheet that you can download right here.
Titanic: The World - April 15, 1912 ... This century old newspaper is long out of copyright, making it legal for Heritage Vancouver to scan or photograph it. However, the act of making an exact copy - whether a scan or a photograph - of an existing work does not confer copyright. [http://www.capic.org/resources.html?screen=bp=bp_section=What+You+Sell] Titanic: The World - April 15, 1912 by Heritage Vancouver, via Flickr
Tina Turner (WOW, she’s 73!) has collected Grammy awards and influenced much of pop culture (ahem, Beyonce) and now the icon is splashed across the Vogue Germany cover with a headline plucked from one of her songs, “Simply The Best.” Source: http://cocoafab.com/tina-turner-lands-her-first-vogue-germany-cover-at-73/