Online Headlines vs Print Headlines

It’s still the same old story…so why are the headlines different?

Writing for digital vs. print audiences is different. Here’s how you get the most out of your online headlines.

Every Sunday I settle into a comfy chair and read the New York Times — in print. I snap open my favorite section (The Week in Review) and read and pontificate to my wife who sits across the room doing her Sunday Times

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Founder of New York branding design firm Langton Creative Group, co-author of Visual Marketing, and adjunct professor at Hostos College/CUNY.

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David Langton

David Langton

Founder of New York branding design firm Langton Creative Group, co-author of Visual Marketing, and adjunct professor at Hostos College/CUNY.

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