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  • Angela Artemis

    Awesome tool Jeff. Thank you for sharing it.

  • http://twitter.com/mamiep Mamie Patton

    Thanks, excellent advice.

  • http://elight.16mb.com/ House of Light

    My headline is nice, following your tips. Thanks for sharing.

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      I hope it helps and look forward to hearing updates from you.

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  • Marcia Johnston

    Nice write-up, Jeff. You are on my wavelength with this topic. What a concept, a tool (free, even) that analyzes headlines.

    I wonder, would you be willing to review the book that I’m on the verge of publishing to help people become more powerful writers? I’d be honored. I’ve had a blast writing it. I intend for it to entertain as well as inform. You can learn about it here: http://howtowriteeverything.com. Please let me know.



    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Thanks Marcia for the comments. Send me an email via my contact form when you are launching the book.

      • Marcia Johnston

        Gracious of you, Jeff. I will happily oblige.

  • http://twitter.com/Noelene_Gration Noelene Gration

    I did one and got 54 so I will probably use it again. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Interesting. I will be interested in how useful people find it.

  • http://twitter.com/octadyne Octadyne Systems

    Interesting tool, thank you for sharing. I will be testing this out to see if it makes a difference in the number of views for blog posts and such. I was briefly playing around with the tool and used the same headline, but selected a different category. It gave me the same score; I was curious to see if the category made a difference.

  • Linda Wilson

    Good evening Jeff!

    Oh, but I like this little toy! Apparently my headlines are intellectually and spiritually empathic, with a score that puts me in with most copywriters. Now, if these are people with some sort of training behind them, I’m buzzing!

    Given that I only started writing anything for public consumption just before Christmas and have no formal tutoring in the subject, I’m pretty proud of that. Makes up for my many other deficiencies…..

  • Elizabeth Joss

    Thanks so much for sharing this extremely useful tool with us Jeff. I think headings are definitely an important part (if not the most important part) of writing a blog post. Thanks for always sharing such useful content.

  • http://twitter.com/TomasSlimas Tomas Slimas


    examples range from 0 to 30% EMV. But still for me some examples look appealing.

  • http://hirethoughts.blogspot.com/ Donna Brewington White

    Ingriguing tool — will definitely use it. I tried to use it for a current headline but it was only three words “Recruiting is Fun!” Too short.

  • http://abdallahalhakim.tumblr.com/ Abdallah Al-Hakim

    I was actually directed to the article when I saw @donnawhite:disqus who I follow on Engag.io leave a comment. This in many cases (i.e. people that I follow) nowadays is driving which articles I visit first. I also saw the title but it was a big confusing (at least for me:) – Nonetheless the article is very good and the tool does sound interesting. I will be giving it a try

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  • Barry Clermont

    Great advice and looking forward to trying out the tools. Sometimes we forget that big words and fancy language can prevent people from understanding our message.

  • Kamil Mahmood

    Wonderful article. I’m sure it will help everyone in improving their content marketing skills.
    P.S. I got 22.22% on the EMV Calculator :)