Continuing the theme of author support, let's talk about structure. I've said that the best and easiest way to structure a blog, article or book is to write a simple outline and then fill in details. But how does your brain work? Do you think broad then funnel down to details, or do you start with details and then figure out how they fit together? There's no right or wrong to this.
If you're a detail person, you might find a great way to start is to write the details you want your readers to understand on post-it notes. When you have them all out of your head, stick the notes on the wall. As you review them, you'll see a pattern which you can develop into an outline. Move the notes around until they're in a logical, flowing structure - there's your article!
If you're a framework-first kind of person, a handy way to start is by deciding on the main point you're trying to get across to readers. Consider this your foundation, and start adding walls to it - the sub-points. Fill in the walls and features by fleshing out the details of the writing.
There are loads of articles online to help you with the process, regardless of how you think. The only
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