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Old 07-21-2012, 10:20 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by Off Road View Post
Once again a T Nation article who's introductory paragraphs don't match the rest of the content. I swear these authors turn in a good article and then some other guy punches up the introduction.
Could very well be.

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Originally Posted by Kuyt
It's important to have 'catchy' headlines but damn, at least have the title and intro have something to do with the subject being discussed.
The great thing about this day and age is that we can make titles about the content, so people who search find the specific things they look for. This will land 100x more traffic than eye grabbing magazine headline titles.

If we create a "bicep workout" and title it "advanced bicep muscle building workout" we'll get an amazing amount of traffic without resorting to magazine headlines.
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