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When Is the Best Time to Be Creative? [Infographic]

The infographic from Neil Patel at Quick Sprout dives into data on productivity and creativity so you can figure out what timing might work best for you. According to a study by Mareike Wietha and Rose Zacks, “creative ideas often come at our least optimal times.”

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8 simple yet powerful types of headline

1. Direct: “Lawn Mowers on Sale”
2. News: “Remote-Control Lawn Mower to Debut in April”
3. How-to: “How to Select the Best Lawn Mower for Your Yard”
4. Question: “Is Your Lawn Mower the Right One for the Job?”
5. Command: “Go to Lawn Mowers R Us for the Best Deals”
6. List: 7 “Things to Look for in a New Lawn Mower”
7. Testimonial: “I Got a Great Deal on a New Lawn Mower”
8. Teaser: “The Most Important Purchase You’ll Make This Year”

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