How Focus Focus Works: The Best of our News Coverage
The most effective way to get more coverage of a story is by focusing on the facts, Axios senior editor Alex Bastian wrote in a column this week.
The focus on the headline and the news item is an important part of the story, and focusing on them will allow readers to see the story more clearly, Bastian said.
The key is to focus on what the story says, rather than what the headline says, he wrote.
Focus on the story and the headline will show readers what the source of the information is, he said.
“If you have a headline, you can get away with just about anything,” Bastian added.
If you have no headline, your readers won’t see the article as a single story.
And if you don’t have a story, they won’t get the full story.
So the best way to focus is to go into the story with the facts and then have readers pick through the story to see if there’s something that they want to know more about,” Bastians wrote.
This is not to say that you shouldn’t talk about something if you want to get attention.
But you should make sure you have enough information in the story before you go into it, Bastians said.
It’s also important to note that this article was written on July 4, 2017.
“It’s not enough to say, ‘I want to read this, I want to see this.'””
The best way for readers to be informed and engage with stories is to have a good conversation with their friends, not just share a story,” Bastion wrote.
“It’s not enough to say, ‘I want to read this, I want to see this.'”