Using 25 Headlines to gain a Successful Tweet
My inspiration to write all of these struck me during a rehearsal for Alice in Wonderland. Getting cues from conversations around me and in the script, here are the headlines I developed.
- Lost changed television forever.
- We couldn’t stop watching, then or now.
- If you haven’t seen it yet, you had better watch it now.
- Diverse, thrilling, mystery, heartbreak. Lost.
- Lost; One for the Ages
- It began and ended the same, it’s the middle you needed to see
- One of TV’s Best Drama’s, Here’s Why
- Lost, it had to end, but we wish it didn’t.
- We fell in love with Flight 815
- Two Halves of a plane and a group of islanders
- How Lost changed our hearts, and TV
- Grad the tissues, and a detective.
- A Whole New Story
- A plane crash was bad enough, let’s add monsters
- The survivors were just like us..
- A nice tropical beach? Perfect place for a plane crash.
- Twisted romance, family ties, and supernatural terror
- Palm trees, polar bears, and smoke monsters.
- “We have to live together or die alone,” More like die together or alone.
- Electro magnetism pulled the plane and us to the island.
- Rafts, boats, and helicopters couldn’t save them from their fate
- Fate, faith, and death on our screens.
- Lost on an island, and in life.
- If you’re looking for something to get addicted to, this is it.
- Questions upon questions we needed answers to.
There are quite a few that aren’t real winners, but I told myself to push through the bad ones and keep writing. Some of them didn’t turn out completely awful, such as these;
My initial article was posted to a fan page for Lost with 1.5k fans, which gained it quite a few more views than I think it would have gotten on its own. I am of this opinion because of the results my headlines got, or rather lack thereof. Here are the stats for the headlines I chose.
So I suppose, in terms of creative flow, I think using the 25 headlines method will get all of the bad headlines out of the way and let you dig in to a really good one. As for success using this method, if I had more followers I think it would be easier to see in the stats whether my headlines were successful in getting people to click on them.