Bookstore Uses Clickbait Titles To Get People To Read The Classics

Bookstore Uses Clickbait Titles To Get People To Read The Classics

A store in Dallas is trying to get people to read books by framing them as online articles

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 20 september 2016

Reading the classics is often designated as something you do in school, but The Wild Detectives bookstore in Dallas, Texas decided to get everyday readers on board, too. Litbaits is a site that creates posts with clickbait headlines, or titles that are meant to arouse a reader’s interest, to connect readers to classic literature.

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