Clickbait Tweets ending “Here’s how” or “Here’s why”

In our last Twitter research post we poked fun at people claiming to be "passionate about" all sorts of stuff on Twitter the whole time.

Today our focus in on two insufferably overused clickbait headline cliches: saying something mildly curiosity-arousing and then suffixing "here's how" or "here's why" so people click your link.

Here's how:


Here's why:

So there we have it. From these examples you can see the annoying frequency of this clickbait cliche, and how it basically signals to you "what you are about to click is very blah".