Ann Reardon

Debunking Fake Hacks & Viral Clickbait Explained


Debunking more fake hacks and looking at dodgy story time videos.

Click-bait is on the rise. Using titles and thumbnail images that are misleading is technically against YouTube policies. But they do not seem to enforce that policy when people use highly exaggerated thumbnails and titles that misrepresent what is in the video. If you are a creator and want to get views you need to join the clickbait game or be left behind. This is a difficult line to walk as some audiences, such as mature educated ones, are sensitive to clickbait and will not keep engaging with content that employs these strategies.

My Cookbook

ann reardon crazy sweet creations cookbook
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All recipe quantities in the book are in grams, ounces and cups.

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  1. Rating: 5

    Hello, we have your cookbook and wanted to try and make the Magic Chocolate Flower and it refers to a ‘sheet of acetate with the holes’. I am not familiar with this, is it a specific type of acetate that has holes? I have never ever heard of acetate, is it something that is easily accessible? Thanks for your help.

  2. Rating: 5

    Wax one is insane

    • Ooh yes it is.

      • Rating: 5

        Isn’t it crazy

        • it certainly is!

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