$25 prize for the best headline

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Hi guys

I'm updating this site, (It's in a state of flux at the mo so I know its a mess and images etc are missing) www.membership-secrets.com

What I'm looking for is a headline, (the one there sucks) I want something catchy (obviously) to catch what I'm trying to say about my book)

I need to get this page rewritten within the next couple of days, and at the moment my brain is pea soup consistancy.

$25 to the one I like the best.

BTW scroll down and check out the really cool graphics, plus header etc. (that's graphicsgenie for ya)

#internet marketing #$25 #headline #prize
  • Profile picture of the author JayXtreme
    How To Show Your People, Client's, and Subscribers That Membership Has It's Benefits!

    LOL.. that's probably too close to one of the major CC companies

    • Profile picture of the author Roy Carter
      "Discover How I've Now Made It Ridiculously Simple For You To Start Your Own Membership Site
      That Will Bring You In Mega Monthly Recurring Profits Direct To Your Bank Account!"

  • Profile picture of the author Michael Lee
    "Here's the Easiest Way to Earn Massive Recurring Income On Autopilot... Guaranteed To Work Even If You're Lazy Or Clueless On What To Do!"
    • Profile picture of the author MarketingMommy
      What about something like, "Welcome to the Inner Circle, prepare to soar above the average earner."

      I dunno I'm new.. just had to put in my two cents.
  • Profile picture of the author Steven Fullman
    ...half done, I've got 3 of the main elements in there (quick, easy, money), I just need the 4th...
    Membership Site Secrets...

    "It's So EASY. Simply Spend A Few Short MINUTES With Your Visitors, Whilst They Happily Throw Wads Of CASH At You...
    ...Over And Over Again, Like Clockwork!"

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