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Claude C. Hopkins Quotes: Fine writing is a distinct disadvantage. So is unique literary style. They take attention from the subject
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Claude C. Hopkins Quote: People will not be bored. They may listen politely at a dinner table to boasts and personalities, life history, etc. But in print they choose their own companions, their own subjects. They was to be amused or benefitted
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Quotes about Claude C. Hopkins: Lust is a monstrous sin which altereth, marreth, and drieth the body, weakening all the joints and members, making the face bubbled and yellow, shortening life, diminishing memory, understanding, and the very heart.
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Quote about Claude C. Hopkins: The only readers we get are people whom our subject interests. No one reads ads for amusement, long or short... Give them enough to take action
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Claude C. Hopkins Sayings: No generality has any weight whatever. It is like saying
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Claude C. Hopkins Saying: The purpose of a headline is to pick out people you can interest. You wish to talk to someone in a crowd. So the first thing you say is,
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