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What I’ve Learned After Publishing 250 Clickbait-Looking Headlines

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I’m a unicorn around here. I write clickbait headlines.

I’m not a unicorn because I write clickbait headlines — a ton of mediocre writers and wannabe’s use clickbait headlines.

No — I’m a unicorn because my clickbait headlines come with great articles.




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