I prefer titles that give a clear overview of the actual content being presented (as a RSS feed reader, as I usually only have access to titles, and it's the only piece of info I have to decide if the article behind it is interesting enough for me) than titles that use gimmicks and useless words that talk to "me" instead of explaining content.
Also, I really dislike Titles That Have Each Word Capitalized, and emojis, it's just a pain to read.
I guess, title case is more formal and traditional. I prefer sentence case as well.
1,2 emoji is fine for me, but I struggle when there are 10 or some puzzles with emojis 🤯
I have literally no idea what that emoji is supposed to be and I can't be bothered to inspect the HTML to find out.
That's my attitude when I see any in blog posts at all, but it's really off-putting when it's in a title. I mean, half the time it's just that unicode I-don't-know square box anyway because somewhere along the line the encoding broke or your font doesn't have it.
Interesting. What system do use?
All sorts, but on here, on the latest Chrome on MacOS, I sometimes get titles with squares in them.
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