Writing Trick: Your Subheads Should Tell A Story

The easiest way to make your writing more skimmable is to organize and separate your ideas with subheads.

Subheads are big, bolded sentences or section titles that subtly tell the reader where one idea starts and the next idea ends. Subheads are also what the reader’s eye gravitates to first — because subheads are usually larger font and bold, indicating emphasis.

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