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How long do you (writers) generally spend thinking about the content of your articles?


I'm working on my first article and, after reading more than a few articles on the site already, I can't help but be curious about how much critical thought goes into ensuring that we touch exactly on the message we're all trying to convey to readers in our publications. If you're trying to write a really in-depth article, is it natural to spend a few hours at a time going over everything that you've written in order to make sure that it makes sense and reads as logical, yet engaging at the same time?

 

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    Catherine Kane 5 years ago

    Depends on how complex your beliefs are.

    Even if you know what you believe, the act of writing them may bring out hidden depths you had not thought of before.

    Finding the right words can take time too

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