Making a case for letter case
John Saito

It’s worth noting that ubiquitous use of title case tends to be very US-centric. In global English, many headings (including newspaper headlines, eg “Man buys loaf at bakers”.) are written in sentence case. The only situation where title case is used is for an actual title (eg, “Harry Potter and the Unexpected Scenario”). So if you are writing for a global audience, then sentence case is usually better.

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