How to get the best headlines for a national campaign

In March, the Department of Defence announced that it was looking to change the way its website was displayed.

It had changed its headline format, adding the phrase “This article is for the readers who want it, not the advertiser”, to the top of each article.

The change was to ensure that it wasn’t being “used as a platform for political or commercial gain”.

The department has now changed the headline format again, but is not changing the content of the article itself.

“The new headline format is intended to be used as a guide for the reader when they are seeking information or content,” it says.

The new headline was initially unveiled by Defence Secretary Sir Nick Carter, but was eventually changed.

“To simplify the process, we are no longer including a heading on the front page to ensure readers have access to the information they seek.

The headline is still a guiding factor to the reader, who is able to decide how they want to read and understand the content,” the Department says.

However, some have questioned why the change had to be made.

“They have removed all the context of the headline,” one reader wrote on a blog.

“You are telling people to read this headline for a reason and if you can’t say why, why not just change the headline?”

Another said: “You have a simple but effective way of improving your content.”

“There is a good chance this article is no longer being shown for a lot of people and is therefore not being shown in the best way possible,” another user said.

What the headlines tell you about a particular news story What are the headlines about a news story?

The most obvious thing to look for is what they mean.

But there are a number of other things to look at when it comes to headlines.

What they say about a story: This can include whether it’s a headline that explains what it’s about, a headline which tells readers what to expect, or a headline in which a word or phrase is used in a way that shows readers what it means.

They can also be used to show other things on the page.

Who’s reading it: The headline can tell readers who’s reading the story.

They might be looking for an opinion piece about a controversial topic or a story about how to get involved with politics.

They could also be looking at a particular website that has been running a campaign that they believe should be taken seriously.

How it’s displayed: The more prominent the headline, the more likely it is to be displayed in the reader’s browser.

So if a headline is a headline for the site itself, or the word “news” in the headline is used as an alternative to the word news, it could mean the site is not a news source.

It could also mean that the story is just one that is being reported by others, but has no news value.

“As a result of the changes to the headline and headline content format, the website is no more likely to be seen as a news site than it was prior to the changes,” the department says.

“This change will not affect how the website will be presented to users, nor will it affect the effectiveness of the website.”

It’s worth noting that the headline does not have to be an exact match to a news headline.

In some cases, the word or phrases used can be replaced with a different word or word phrase, which could make a difference.

The Department of Transport says the headline for its blog article was a clear match.

“Although it’s not the first headline that has come across our desk in the past few weeks, we’ve always made sure that all our articles were always in line with the headline on the website,” the organisation said.

How long it’s been in the news: If the headline hasn’t been used in the last two weeks, it can be used in two ways.

First, the headline can be highlighted on the top right of the page for up to 10 minutes before it disappears.

Then it can have a brief description.

The descriptions are meant to give a quick idea of what the story will be about, so readers will be able to choose to skip the headline altogether.

In this case, the site says the explanation will come from the news outlet, but that the title will be given by the organisation that the article is about.

For example, a website that published a story in March that said: This article is a story from The Independent.

“We will continue to use the headline as it is and will provide further information as we understand it,” the site said.

But it’s important to note that the website isn’t being targeted by the department, as it doesn’t actually represent the Department, or its employees.

The department says that it will be “making changes” to its website to make sure it stays in line.