5 Kinds of Clickbait that Smart People Shall Not Fall Into

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It’s 2018, when everyone is a publisher!

I mean, how many of you would check your post once in every hour to see how many likes you got on Instagram?! Long story short, no matter how much you think you don’t care about it, at some point you’ll try to attract people to see what you post so they can potentially spread the love on your page.

Some people try so hard to do it that they would give some provoking title to get some unique visitors to their page. Hence, the invention of the term clickbait that we all know now.

To be fair, some of us learned the hard way that we started to check the content first before we shared an article in social media. The thing is, some others would buy this kind of clickbait. And that’s exactly why the clickbait situation never stops.

But there are some kinds of clickbait that you smart people shall never fall into… Why? Because it’s obviously just a clickbait and not legit.

What are they?

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How To Be Basic on Social Media (According To What I See on My Feeds)

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Hi everyone!

It’s been awhile since the last time I virtually make fun of people due to the fact that I got a problem with my iPhone since a few months ago. Guess what? I just bought a new phone and now I’m back to my toxic activity that I find hard to get rid of: judging people on social media.

It’s not that I didn’t get an access to my social media at all when my iPhone broke, it was just I didn’t bother to check my personal social media account or what’s on the feeds outside The BeauTraveler when it happened.

And now with my new phone, I’m back to take a look at what’s on the feed consisting a lot of accounts that I’ve been following from my personal account. Those include the celebrities, the football players, and the old friends that I haven’t seen in real life for years.

And geez, those people could successfully make me cringed at times. In a good way, cause thanks to them now I’ve got an idea to start working on this post.

Yup, so I’m here with the topic that you would either hate it or love, agree or disagree. Whatever it is, never forget to be yourself because that’s what makes the world go round. Yes, even when you’re being basic! 😉

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What You Could Get In Washington D.C For $10 – A (Slightly) Unforgettable Yet Attractive City in the United States

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Hi beautravelers! 😀

So, after we covered Cusco in Peru last week, this week’s What You Could Get In The City For $10 will stay at the Americas, although this time we’re going back to the USA.

In the series, we’ve covered some cities in America like New York and Savannah, and this time we’re gonna cover an attractive city, that one that, surprisingly, people rarely talk about: Washington D.C.

I mean, yeah… We all know that Washington D.C is actually the capital city of the USA, but how many of you do have this city on the top of your bucket list to visit at the states?!

That’s why, I’m so glad that I got connected with Savanna from Don’t Count Me Out Yet to cover the city on the series.

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