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How to Write Headlines Readers Simply Must Click On

Tons of examples of what worked and what didn’t — and why

Illustration by the author.

Two days ago, I organized an event where I invited two other top writers to join me to analyze random headlines live in front of an audience. It was a fun experiment and I think everyone learned a lot from it.




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