Definitions for "Headline"
A title for an article in a newspaper, sometimes one line, sometimes more, set in larger and bolder type than the body of the article and indicating the subject matter or content of the article.
A similar title at the top of the newspaper indicating the most important story of the day; also, a title for an illustration or picture.
To publicise prominently in an advertisement.
Headline is a sentence or a phrase created to communicate the key message to someone receiving a postcard, brochure, or other direct marketing piece.
a short phrase about the job being offered
a short phrase about yourself that highlights your skills, experience or specialty
The line at the head or top of a page.
These are indexed by a number of search engines, including Google. You can include headlines one or more times on a page. The higher the number in the corresponding headline tag, the smaller the text. Use headlines to highlight well…the headlines on your pages. For example, if you have an article on your page called “Personalized Baby Shoes”, be sure to use the headline tag. HTML: H1Headline/H1 H2Headline/H2!-- google_ad_client = "pub-7650894076365453"; google_ad_width = 468; google_ad_height = 60; google_ad_format = "468x60_as"; google_color_border = "FFFFFF"; google_color_bg = "FFFFFF"; google_color_link = "333399"; google_color_url = "0080C0"; google_color_text = "000000"; //-- Hits: Hits are not the number of people that visit a site. Hits are a single file request in the access log of a web server. This does not mean that one page view is a hit. If there are 5 graphics on a page, then a hit is counted for each graphic and the text (HTML). In this case, if a visitor views this page - there will be 6 hits registered for that visit. When you hear that a site generates 1 million hits in a given time; this does not reflect the number of people visiting the site.
Headline is an optional field that can accommodate text. A headline can be used in place of the item name on the item page.
Keywords:  headrope, see
See Headrope.
The line to which the uppermost point of a letter -excluding its ascenders or descenders- rises. Also known as the waistline.
Keywords:  mention
To mention in a headline.
The opening announcement that greets recipients once they have opened the email. Ideally, this immediately communicates the company's unique selling proposition and encourages the recipient to penetrate further into the email.
Keywords:  topic, newsletter, bolded, decide, want
A bolded short title located at the top of a web page, informing the user what the page's topic is, such as what type of service or product the website offers. Headlines are very important because it immediately informs the user of the topic, allowing them to decide whether or not they want to read the content on the page.
the main topic in a newsletter
a pithy statement that offers your customers a benefit
a statement of a few words that gets to the point as quickly as possible
Horizontal cooperative advertising Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS)
Keywords:  furnish, senses
To furnish with a headline (senses 1, 3, or 4).
Keywords:  you're, anything, trying, sell
a must-have if you're trying sell anything
Keywords:  highly, publicize
publicize widely or highly, as if with a headline
Keywords:  action, call
a call to action
Keywords:  your
an "ad" for your ad
an ad for the ad
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