I was worried going into it maybe headlines
Goodbye, Human Race" reads a headline
at the top of The Huffington Post.
But it's not like we haven't tried to get them to write their own headlines
Get a checkup at the Emotional Marketing Value Headline
Analyzer from the Advanced Marketing Institute.
like: "Woman Killer at Large", could refer to either "a killer of women" or "a woman who kills".
The underlined infinitive used in the headline
conveys a directive sense and indicates futurity.
was eventually removed, and ESPN was forced to apologize Saturday.
On Monday February 7, the headline
should have been 'Kung Hey Fat Choy' with the fabulous photograph of the celebrations which took place in Chinatown the day before.
In this article we re-examine the short-term dynamics between headline
and core measures of inflation over a longer sample period of 1959-2007.
It's the online aspect that's creating much current discussion, if not confusion: is headline
style online any different from in print?
Increasing Social Security tax on wealthiest could raise billions" reads a four-column headline
at the top of the front page of the Charleston Gazette.
It's flattering to make the big time in this fashion, but Kerry's ad makes the headline
look like something other than what it was.