People will be more likely to read your information if you present it in short chunks using
Look at the examples below. Which one would you rather read online, "Block" or "Break it up!" ?
When you are reading the news, you will notice that legitimate media outlets take steps to help readers clearly identify fact from opinion. Most news articles are meant to simply report the facts journalists have gathered and observed about a particular topic. However, media outlets also publish opinion articles (commonly known as op-eds) and letters to the editor. Many news websites now keep these analyses and opinions under a separate tab, usually marking them as OPINION (or OP-ED), EDITORIAL, COLUMN, or LETTER TO THE EDITOR to show readers what is not standard news. This is an easy way to quickly identify what you are about to read.
Otis, Cindy L. True or False: A CIA Analyst's Guide to Spotting Fake News. Fiewel and Friends. 2020.
Identify fact from opinion in the news
Legitimate media outlets publish two kinds of articles
Many news websites put opinion articles into separate sections or tabs, marking them
so you know what you are reading.