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Six Rules for Writing Good Articles

Writing a good article requires two things: good content and good technique.

There’s a lot of noise to compete against when writing on the internet. Anyone can write something, post it, and call it an article — in the information age, the definition of an article has become a very blurred line. The line between good and bad, however, is much more defined — and arguably, more important.




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Hannah Frankman

Hannah Frankman

Career development + performance coach. I help solopreneurs find and own niches on the internet. Follow me at hannahfrankman.com and twitter.com/hannahfrankman

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