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Why Buffer Writes Multiple Headlines for Every Article by @Ashread_

Eight out of ten people will only read the headline. Here's how headlines have evolved through the years, and what makes it stand out on search and social. The post Why Buffer Writes Multiple Headlines for Every Article by @Ashread_ appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
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