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Perfect headlines leave enough unknowns so that you will want to read

Perfect headlines leave enough unknowns so that you will want to read Perfect headlines leave enough unknowns so that you will want to read
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(...) the key is to get the whole story into the headline but leave out just enough that people will want to click.

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