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7 Quick and Dirty Tips to Clean Up Your Headlines

With the right tools, you can tidy up the mess

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My headlines are often so foul that they could sprout flesh-eating bacteria. But over the last few months, I have got better at them. And I owe that improvement to using the following clean up tips.

Flip the subtitle and title

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Carlyn Beccia

Carlyn Beccia

Author & illustrator. My latest books — 10 AT 10, MONSTROUS: THE LORE, GORE, & SCIENCE, and THEY LOST THEIR HEADS. Contact: CarlynBeccia.com

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