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Heres my pick of top 5 article types that should not be on the internet
1.Random tweet compilations
So, wait! Can you compile tweets from random people and make an article? Yay! Frankly, this type of article is overrated and unnecessary. Over the past one year, I have seen so many random topics being tossed up in this form, I have lost interest. Not only is this irritating but pointless.
I am neither an atheist nor a religious person, but in my opinion who gives people the right to write on anything religious. The propaganda is so vague and non-informative that more or less it ends up offending a lot of people.
How many times have you clicked on a link to get redirected to an old post which you have already seen? Well, the problem lies with people assuming that changing title can get them more traffic. Certainly, they have confused good content with large traffic.
4.Yes we exist postsI know you exist, why is a different question altogether! Users on social media have taken upon themselves to proclaim superiority via these posts. The amount of yes we exists posts have overtaken all other random crap on the internet recently. The general motto behind these is showcasing them in a better light, which frankly is not something social media was meant to be.
5.you would not believe.. posts
I hardly believe you should be writing anything. The level of craziness is high on this. The social media is abuzz with such posts which glorify a random, non-happening and lame topic. The article would contain something that is basic, common and uninteresting. The title, however, is used to generate traffic onto the site. This kind of posts not only put the site in a bad light but disengage the audience overall.