Jun 18 Posted 1 year ago
And the magic of it all is that if I ever come across click-bait content that doesn't deliver what the headline promised and if it's over-sensationalized, I never visit the website again.
These kind of articles that talk about "How to Viral Duhhh" should be stopped.
Jun 17 Posted 1 year ago
Creating high-quality content will bring better results when coupled by a great headline. Most of the time, headlines are used by readers to judge if a post is worth reading or if it isn't worthy of their attention and time.
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February 16, 2016The following is the webinar archive for "Storytelling Gone Wild: The Key to Creating Viral Content." This webinar originally aired on February...
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