How To Make Your Next Blog Post Better

At the end of this post, I’ll show you how it began.

I can do that because before I decided to write it, I asked myself eight simple questions.

The answers to these questions clarify what my post will become, why I’m writing it, and who I want to read it.

I recommend you do the same for your next post because it helps you (and your readers) get more value out of what you write.

Here are the questions:

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How We’re Losing The Information War

“The information networks we’ve built are almost perfectly designed to exploit psychological vulnerabilities to rumor. Your brain tells you ‘Hey, I got this from three different sources.’ But you don’t realize it all traces back to the same place, and might have even reached you via bots posing as real people. If we think of this as a virus, I wouldn’t know how to vaccinate for it.”

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