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    Can I Use Word "Hittest" In My Headline?

    Hello,

    I am creating a web page, and want to have unique headline.

    Can i write like this: "Register For Free With The Hittest Revenue Program On The Web!"

    Does the word "hittest" have some sense in this headline?

    Thank you.


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    Re: Can I Use Word "Hittest" In My Headline?

    Internet marketing copywriting does not have to be 100% academically correct, new words and phrases are welcome, but it should always have some sense.

    Thank you.

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    Re: Can I Use Word "Hittest" In My Headline?

    Quote Originally Posted by eutrade2003 View Post
    Hello,

    I am creating a web page, and want to have unique headline.

    Can i write like this: "Register For Free With The Hittest Revenue Program On The Web!"

    Does the word "hittest" have some sense in this headline?

    Thank you.
    Are you suggesting that this page has the most "hits?" Is "hittest" a cross between "most hits" and "hottest?"

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    Re: Can I Use Word "Hittest" In My Headline?

    "Do you mean "hip" -the hippest?

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    Re: Can I Use Word "Hittest" In My Headline?

    If you want to coin a phrase for the page which receives the most hits, I would use "hittiest."

    That said, neither "hittest" or "hittiest" are actual words at the moment.

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