Top Performing Subject Lines for Creative Writing Newsletters

These 5 subject lines have the best open rates and performances for authors and writers with newsletters.

Top Performing Subject Lines for Writers by Aigner Loren Wilson article cover. There is a pink gridded background and over top of that is a message box. At the top of the message box is Aigner Loren Wilson. Below that it says like an email (to: Your Readers) (from: Your Best Self). Inside the message box in large letters are the words Top Performing Subject Lines for Writers with Newsletters. Below that are two buttons , save as draft and send email, and a mouse pointer.
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At some point in your independent creative career, you’re going to have to start thinking about your audience. How are you as a writer going to garner a following? How are you going to…

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