Clickbait is usually a sensationalised title/headline (sometimes in the form of a question) that entices a user to ‘click’ on the link to satisfy their curiosity. Clickbait links often forward the user to a page that requires payment, registration, or is one in a series of pages to help drive page views for the site.
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Below are a few clickbait example headlines that grabs a users attention and entices them to ‘click through’ to satisfy their curiosity.
WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU CLICK ON CLICKBAIT LINKS?
Clickbait Links often appeal to your emotions and curiosity. Once you click, the website hosting the link earns revenue from advertisers
Why do we click on Clickbait?
Clickbait is a sensationalized headline that encourages you to click a link to satisfy your curiosity