3 Simple Questions That Help You Create Headlines Readers Can’t Help But Click On

and, for instance, generate a viral article

Kristina God, MBA
Feedium

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3 Simple Questions That Will Help You Create Headlines Readers Can’t Help But Click On; Kristina God; Heart photo created by rawpixel.com

Oftentimes, when I come across a headline on Medium, I look at it for one millisecond, and think to myself:

I’m sorry, but I have no idea what you’re trying to tell me!

And what do I do next? I scroll right past it.

BuzzFeed has an internal rule. Every writer must write 30 versions of a headline in order to find the right one.

As far as I’m concerned, I also play with different headlines. Mostly, I come up with around five to ten.

  • One I pick for my long-form article.
  • One I pick for writing a short-form post which directs to my more extensive resource.

Recently, one of my short form articles went viral

I didn’t even know that a short form post could go viral. But it can! Although my long form article performed very well, my short form article was picking up speed and traction insanely quickly.

To date, it has generated 1.3k views and made around $23.

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Kristina God, MBA
Feedium

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