According to this AOL insider, “LADY GAGA TOPLESS IN TOKYO” is the perfect title for a blog post. What do you think?
The “AOL Content Slave” went on to explain that it doesn’t matter at all if Lady Gaga was actually topless in Tokyo, but rather that Gaga topless had to somehow be reflected to the content of the article. That is, the entire title–“LADY GAGA TOPLESS IN TOKYO”–could be a cock-tease and that Lady Gaga was neither topless, nor in Tokyo at the time. The only important part was that your would click on that title, and thus producing ad revenue for the website. To quote the AOL Content Slave, “Words didn’t matter; stealing other people’s work also didn’t matter” just the clicks.
What do you think? Is “LADY GAGA TOPLESS IN TOKYO” the greatest 3Yen post ever?