Sara Barrett’s Tips for Aspiring Clickbait Home
“There are no accidents, only malfunctions.”
– Sara Barrett
Any of you ladies want to be in the tabloids and get paid for it? Want to be given designer clothes for free just for going out and being photographed wearing them? Sara Barrett gives tips and reveals tricks of the trade in her multi-part series on how to be a successful “clickbait.”
Early this month, The Hollywood Reporter published an article on the “true identity” of a lady who could be considered Hollywood’s “original clickbait,” Angelyne.
As any clickbait knows, in order for your photos to get picked up by the tabloids and blogs, you need to grab the photo editors’ attention.
Part 7 of Sara’s Tips for Aspiring Clickbait series has her coming to you from under Seattle’s George Washington Memorial Bridge, home of the Fremont Troll.
This entry into Sara’s Tips for Aspiring Clickbait series is also the second episode of her Clickbait at Work supplement, as Sara is “on the job” here, giving a plug and an endorsement.
Part 5 of this series has Sara coming to you from the Foothill Swap Meet in Glendora, California (just yesterday, as of this posting), where she turned more than a few heads.
In Part 4, Sara comes to you from the Paramount backlot, as she continues to expose (literally and figuratively) what’s behind some of Hollywood’s longstanding facades.
Here’s a supplement to Sara’s TFACB series in which Sara gives an example of what a working clickbait might do on a routine day. In this case, going to the West Covina 7-Eleven on free Slurpee day.
Part 3 is being brought to you earlier than planned, as Sara wanted to answer a few questions she has already gotten after her first two videos in this series had published.
Here’s the Mistress of the Malfunction, Sara Barrett, coming to you from outside the NoHo Wienerschnitzel, in the second part of her video series; Tips for Aspiring Clickbait.
Actress and tabloid favorite Sara Barrett recently donned a sexy bikini, then shot the above video in the parking lot of a Hollywood Shakey’s Pizza Parlor, and explains why.