700 words in an article is necessary or not?
i think the article must be to the point...??
Long articles do better than short ones. And really, if you only have 700 words to say about a topic, you probably haven't covered it in depth, or don't know enough to write about it in the first place.
500 words is a minimum. 700 can be better if it improves the point, but don't add 200 words to try to reach that threshold.
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