If you’re an Internet surfing junkie like me, you already may have stumbled across websites with the mentioned characteristics. Their headlines are bold (emphasized), large but beautiful in its unique way.
Some website owners or designers do it because it fits the company branding.
Some blog designers or blog authors love it because it makes clear good reading experiences. After all, a website today is really about the user experience.
But I don’t see it as only enhancing the reader’s experience anymore. I see it as a method to communicate a statement from the big and beautiful headline. It screams out loud without having to give it strength (pun intended). It stands tall and large proudly as if it’s there knowing its purpose. This right now is pure beauty on a large scale.
But, do you see it as beauty or a beast?
This in particular is the subject itself. Or, more commonly known as the headline, which catches the reader’s attention. It’s not every day you come up with a good headline then notice throngs of people wanting to read it. Well, you don’t need a headline if you’re already popular in my opinion. 😛
Right now, I’m having a dilemma of my own with some headlines. It would be great if I could get feedback on them. Especially, which headline made you most curious and makes you want to know more.
- How can I increase my online sales?
- How can I get on Google, Yahoo or MSN?
- How can I generate more sales?
- How can I improve my website?
- How can I overtake my competitors?
- How can I get more customers to my website?
- How can I improve my website, get more enquiries, close more sales and be positioned in Google?
- 10 Reasons Why We Should Look at Your Website
- How to create a website?
- Stop thinking how to use a website today!
I’m also open to suggestions. The headline must convey curiousity and anxiety to want to know more about a website. Irregardless of its content. 😉