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Difference Between writing for a Wikipedia Page and for other pages

by Joseph loseph (2019-10-07)

Content writing is a fairly easy job as compare to writing on a Wikipedia page. As a professional content writer you can be opinionated, can exaggerate all you want and maybe even jump from one topic to another while writing. You can have a conversational style of writing and the reader doesn’t really expect researched content when reading such material. However, as a professional Wikipedia writers one needs to take care of the fact that the information they’ve presented is true and researched thoroughly, eliminating all the reasons for doubt as the target audience is looking for authentic information here. How many other differences can you come up with?

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