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To Question or Declare in Your News Title

Posted on: May 16, 2011

Take a look at Google News or the headlines of your local paper. Question marks are everywhere. Sometimes they can be distracting to the reader, so it it important to exercise your questioning with caution.

Traditionally, question marks have been used to make the reader curious enough to read the article. But with so many bloggers, journalists, and ragemongers sending content to the web, the question mark is working overtime and not really standing out.

If you are going to use a question mark in your legal news release titles, make sure your news answers the question. Also, avoid outrageous questions that spark curiosity but will be sure to disappoint the reader.

Your law firm’s news will be a reader’s first impression. Make sure quality is a top priority and use the question mark with caution.

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