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H1 Headlines From Competitors [2nd try]

Brainstorm 5 attention-grabbing H1 headlines for a keyword by modelling your competition

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Prompt: <<Step1>> Headline1 = Extract the content between {{h1}} from {{googlehtml1:keyword}} <<Step2>> Headline2 = Extract the content between {{h1}} from {{googlehtml2:keyword}} <<Step3>> Headline3 = Extract the content between {{h1}} from {{googlehtml3:keyword}} <<Step4>> Write what the original Headline1 and Headline2 and Headline3 had been. Then use Headline1 and Headline2 and Headline3 to generate 5 very similar and attention-grabbing headlines.


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