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1. Illustration Friday Hats No2 Scrapbook paper

Tonight I finsihed this 12x12 inch scrapbook paper design keeing to Illustration friday's theme this week: Hats

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2. You Only Have 23 Words To Get Somebody's Attention

Blogger Widget ScreenshotYou have only 23 words to grab somebody's attention in Google Reader. Don't lose RSS feed readers on your first sentence.

Make your first sentence count. If you need some help with that, read Copyblogger every day.

That blog will teach you how to craft better openings, closings, and middles for your blog writings.

Dig it (and the 40 comments it generated!):

"A great headline mixed with a lame opening is like inviting someone into your house, only to slam the door in their face as they approach. So, here’s 5 ways to open your post that will capture the reader’s imagination and pull them deeper into your content."

When you finish reading Copyblogger's post, check out Claire Zulkey's hilarious post that breaks every rule. 

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