A headline on social media is designed to cause users to take action. The publisher won’t win the engagement if it’s not provocative enough. That’s why successful online sites go to great lengths to test their headlines. Think of teases as the radio equivalent of a social media headline. Doesn’t it make sense to test your tease before using it on the air?

How To Test Your Tease

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