5. Political and Showbiz Satires
Politics and show-business are two topics which people will always talk about. Celebrities and politicians stand on the pedestal where commoners always look up to.
For show-business, gossip is a staple food among charlatans. Topics range from illicit affairs, bad relationship with the management, new career paths, who’s dating who, fashion police, feuds, Twitter feeds, and many more.
Politics also share the same scope with show-business although the topic affects the general public welfare and the participants are often ugly people.
In a nutshell, click baits of political and showbiz satires are the same with tabloids and periodicals, but on the online platform — since truth is always trivial in mass media anyway.
4. Hair Grower
Alopecia, the scientific term for “hair loss”, is probably one of the main causes of loss of confidence among men. When the scalp runs dry, a man (or some women are also affected) looks older and sadder.
Any insecure individual will look for solution online to mitigate the hair loss problem. And so, hair growers goes up on this list.
According to hair experts, 40% of the men population suffers hair loss at the start of age 30 and the trend gets younger before baldness become noticeable. That is one big piece of the human population to be clicking this sort of topic.
There are reported legit claims of hair growers, however, because of the myriad of brands available in the market, no one has the exact idea which product is the most effective. That is why many people search about it on the net.
Click bait offers seemingly legit solutions from synthetic to natural methods. I also encountered one voice recording which spans for 30 minutes which did not continue at all.
In the end, I found out all these hair grower click baits are all waste of time. Probably, I will share fate of the majority of the men population.