Joe Elvin

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  1. Elvis Michael
    August 2, 2018 @ 6:37 pm

    Hiya Joe 🙂
    Sorry for the delay in publishing this; the blog was on hiatus for a few months.

    I’ll be the first to admit my lack of taste for intros. Whenever i’m reading something, my first thought is usually, “Get to the point!!!!!! I already know why i’m here reading this!” So, sometimes i skip it and jump straight to the body.

    That said, i absolutely LOVE introductions that tell a good story, build mystery or ask a curious question. Take a look at Jon Morrow’s blog, for example (SmartBlogger.com)….

    These people know how to hook even the biggest intro hater (me). That says a lot, so you brought up a very good point in ‘creating mystery’ and ‘asking the right questions’…..

    Thanks for the awesome post, man. I will go check out a cat video now, but i totally read everything beforehand – and enjoyed the crap out of it :p

    Elvis

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  2. Priya Singh
    August 8, 2018 @ 2:02 pm

    Use a headline that will solve a reader’s problems is one of the reasons most people click. Anyway, this is an amazing post. Glad you published it.

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  3. Emmanuel Chidiebube
    November 5, 2018 @ 6:01 pm

    You’ve got a great piece here, Joe.

    Introduction, after title is the next most important part any article. If you are not persuasive in your introduction, no one will care to read further.

    Thank you for this great insight.

    Emmanuel

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