The Women Who Run Our State published on clarionledger.com
What’s interesting about this article is how compelling the title is. It is not SEO friendly in the least bit, yet it cannot be considered “click bait” either. I would most likely click on this article if I was browsing the Clarion Ledger website and I saw the title.
The story begins with a hard news lede- I personally like the lede because it references an article I wrote for The Daily Mississippian. I think it works quite well going into personal anecdotes and story profiles by a number of women…
This article illustrates the need for a genuine change in the advertisement industry because it is causing a public health crisis among children concerning their perception of body image.
“These ads are teaching kids to chase computer-generated versions of ‘perfection’ that there’s no chance, no hope, and no way of ever catching, because the images aren’t real, just fabrications of what is.”
The nutgraph serves as a guideline for the article and entices the reader to go further by using strong imagery.
Does the article work to serve its purpose? Yes. Essentially it is a…
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