I’ve attempted to write each article with the assumption that I’d be tackling the issue from a different angle. Alternative titles for the ‘Disaster at FakeComicCon!‘ article could include:
‘Fights break out at FakeComicCon, two critically injured!’
-Good for highlighting that two people were seriously injured, states the initial problem.
‘Fights at FakeComicCon leave twelve people critically injured!’
-Used to emphasize how many people were injured by the brawl that broke out at FakeComicCon
‘Arrests made at FakeComicCon brawl’
-Focuses on the fact that this brawl was serious enough at an otherwise light-hearted cosplay event to warrant arrests.
I was beginning to feel quite unwell at the time of this Quiz and found it much more frustrating than I usually would for these kinds of activities. Add to my general difficulty with reading off a screen and trying to keep up with apostrophes and proper usage of nouns made this one of the more frustrating activities to take out of the weekly Quizzes.
- Wainright Corey, Hubspot 2016, How to write catchy headlines and blog titles your readers can’t resist, http://goinswriter.com/catchy-headlines/
- Coles Malcolm, journalism.co.uk 2011, How to: write headlines that work for SEO, https://www.journalism.co.uk/skills/how-to-write-headlines-that-work-for-seo/s7/a545817/