I have been playing around with a
clickbait title generator lately, and I wanted to share some of the funniest results with you.
I even wrote a joke-article based on one of them, and I welcome anyone to try to write something for one of the other headlines:
5 Ways Marketers are Making You Addicted to Dragons
The Rise of Wizards and How to Make It Stop
The Future of Goblins in 2019
Why You Should Give Up Sex and Devote Your Life to The Elder Gods
7 Things Kim Kardashian Has in Common With Liches
What the Government Doesn’t Want You to Know About Elves
Elemental Swords 101: The Essential Guide
3 Orcs Die Every Minute You Don’t Read This Article
If anyone writes an article to go with any of these headlines, let me know, so that I can link to it above.
Or if you can come up with other funny fantasy clickbait titles, I’d love to read them!
We all know that marketing firms have been in the pocket of Big Dragon for decades.
But what you may not know, is how they utilize their skills in service of them.
But fear not, I am here to fill you in!
As anyone who works in media will tell you:
Fire catches the eye! 4. Bright Colors
Dragons come in many different colors, from the classic red, to blue, to golden.
But it is not only color that differs from dragon to dragon, but also abilities, form, and allegiance.
We are all used to the evil two-winged red fire-dragon, but some may prefer the good four-winged blue ice-dragon, or the morally ambivalent no-winged white time-dragon.
Search Engine Optimization
The dragon marketing department have done a lot of work to get dragon SEO up to snuff.
As a result, searching for “dragons” on any major search engine will result in you finding impressive facts and pictures of dragons.
Don’t like dragons?
Then dragons don’t like you.
And you don’t want that!
I recently started sharing
Anubis: Dog of Death on Line Webtoon, an internet comic portal.
We got a lot of praise, but there was one thing they wanted us to change about the comic.
They wanted us to make it vertical.
The idea would be that we could space the comic out
by separating and enlarging the individual panels, so that it would fit Webtoon’s scrolling format, and so that people could appreciate the details more.
I asked John if he would be willing to start drawing the pages like that instead of in the traditional print-page format, but he felt that we would lose the dynamic composition we had.
I decided to make a Webtoons edit of each page John draws, and post both versions to Line Webtoon.
You can see those vertical pages by clicking this link!
I have also started a seperate comic on Line Webcomic for bonus and behind-the-scenes content for ‘Anubis: Dog of Death’ that we are calling Anubis Doodles.
You can see that by clicking this link!
I have also tried to post these comics to another internet comic portal called Tapas, but have seen much less success there so far.
Anubis: Dog of Death and Anubis Doodles on Tapas!