iHeadlines – Instant Blog Headline Generator Support and Information

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How To Get 100 New Headline Ideas In Only 3 Minutes Starting From Scratch!

This headline was created using iHeadlines – Instant Blog Headline Generator. :)

Before we get into the details, if you came here seeking support: e-mail KarolGajda AT Gmail Dot Com

iHeadlines Home Screen

How to use iHeadlines

- Click on Generate Headlines! and you will be presented with 4 questions such as:

Question #1: What will your blog post help your reader do?

Question #3: What specific results can your reader expect?

- After answering each question tap Done. If you don’t know how to answer one of the questions you can leave it blank and tap Done. iHeadlines doesn’t use the answers to every question for every headline idea. The more questions you answer the more usable headline ideas you will have.

- When you are finished you will be presented with a menu:

Completed Headlines Menu

- Now tap one of the menu items for a list of headlines in that format based on the 4 questions you answered. Here is the first screen of headlines when I tap Questions:

First Screen of Question-Based Headlines

- At any time tap the options button in the upper right corner to Save or E-mail your headlines:

iHeadlines Options Button

iHeadlines Options Menu

Now just tap “Email to a Friend” to e-mail the headlines to one of your contacts or “Save to Disk” to save the headlines to your iPhone/iPod/iPad.

- To view your saved headlines just go back to the iHeadlines Home screen and tap View Saved Headlines.

iHeadlines Saved Headlines

- You can tap “Edit” on the Saved Headlines screen if you’d like to Delete any of your headlines.

No Hard Sell

Listen, right now this App is incredibly low cost and I think you should add it to your marketing arsenal. It’s a great headline idea generator and will get your thoughts flowing.

The “WTF Apple Why Don’t You Have A Refund Option?” Guarantee

Who offers a guarantee on an iPhone App? Nobody. Well, me! The problem with the App store is it does not allow refunds if a customer is unhappy. That is lame. Really lame. So if you’re unhappy with iHeadlines just e-mail me, tell me your Paypal address, and I will Paypal you a refund. BOOM! ;)

{ 24 comments… read them below or add one }

David Damron

If anyone has gotten to the comments section and is questioning this purchase….STOP and buy immediately. This app is awesome for any writer/blogger!!!

David Damron
The Minimalist Path

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Karol

Thanks David :)

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Kristof

Looks pretty cool, will consider buying it once I get a blog online :).

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Karol

Sweet! :)

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Kristof

BTW, if I may ask, did you program this yourself or outsource it? If you did it yourself, is it hard to learn iphone programming? (I only have minimal java experience, very minimal)

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Karol

Outsourced, of course. ;)

Elance.com

I will write about the process in an article soon.

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DanP

Dude. I dont have a Iphone. Make a blackberry app.
ps. vegan sticky buns are sweet. you are missing out.

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Karol

I don’t have an iPhone either. iPod Touch baby! No blackberry apps from me. Ever. :)

Also, check #79: http://www.ridiculouslyextraordinary.com/101-life-lessons/

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James Schipper

Just bought it and tried it out. It works great, Karol. Helps to come up with ideas for headlines without having to tax my brain too hard. Nice to have several variations and angles to read out loud before titling a post.

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Karol

Thanks James! I’m glad you’re into it. :)

I like to use it to get the juices flowing even if I don’t use a headline specifically from the app.

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Martin

Great! I saw your comment from Pat’s blog (smartandpassiveincome) thats what brought me here.
Am a blogger too and finding great headlines is a pain, will sure get this app (ipod touch too :)
I am thinking of creating an accounting app as I am an accounting student, what do you advice me to do?like how much budget etc? I want it to be real simple like a flow chart with 2 options to each problem to guide the user towards the write answer

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Karol

Hey Martin,

Cool, thanks for coming by!

My advice is: put together a spec sheet of what you want done and submit a job on elance.com. You’ll get a lot of bids. Pick the one you think is best suited to you. I don’t know how much your specific app will cost, because there are too many variables. Generally, I would budget $500-$2000. That seems to be a good starting point for not-overtly-complicated apps. It may cost less or it may cost more.

Cheers!
Karol

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Martin

Thanks a lot man! really appreciate it.
How do you think creating an iphone app has helped you? is it in traffic or $$

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Karol

hehe, neither. So far I’ve made 8 sales. :)

But it was a good learning experience and I’m currently brainstorming other iPhone App ideas. I’m definitely going to get into it more.

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Martin

Did you try marketing the app? If yes where? Will it be too much asking how much your budget was and the time taken? We can still talk via my mail, i guess youve got it .

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Karol

Hey Martin,

Here is a bit of info: http://www.ridiculouslyextraordinary.com/sweet-shit-saturday-001-sawadee-edition/

As that article states I’m writing an article all about the process so your questions and more will be answered.

Thanks!
Karol

Jonathan Butterworth

This is a great idea Karol! Headed to that app store now to check it out. I just created my first iPhone app and while it is not a revenue generating app I am very excited to come up with new ideas in the future.

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Karol

Awesome! iPhone app development is definitely fun. iHeadlines is revenue generating, but not profit generating at this point. :)

What’s your app?

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Jan Small

Karol, I LOVE iHeadlines. Better than any game I have on my iPad. I’ve been noodling around with it and generating 1000s of headlines for articles I need to write…and with the energy rush this app has given me, I may just be able to write all those articles. Thanks!

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Karol

Wow, thank you Jan! That means a lot as the app hasn’t been reviewed much in the iTunes store so I don’t know what anybody is thinking. :)

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James Schipper

I wish there was a way to spell-correct my review. It’s what I get for trying to write one on my iPod :-)

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Karol

no worries, thanks for doing that James!

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Jan Small

I’ll go to the Apple apps store and give it a glowing review, Karol…Best, Jan

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Karol

Aww thanks Jan!

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