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Writing tips for Node bloggers

Posted by , on 26 January 2014

L0018664 M. Klein's hands, writing.We realise that a lot of the people who register for an account with the Node are not experienced bloggers. It can be hard to write your first blog post: What should I write about? What is the best style? How long should a post be?

To help you write your first post (or make it easier to write more), we created a list of writing tips for Node bloggers. Have a read through and let us know what you think!

There are also other ways to get you started. You can sign up to receive occasional emails with writing suggestions, and you can contact the Node community manager if you would like to discuss an idea or ask for help. And remember- the Node is your community blog and you don’t have to ask us for permission to post. Just go ahead and publish your post when you are ready- we look forward to reading it!


Image: Wellcome Library, London

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