We can all agree that creating a plan is a vital part of any writer’s workflow. A writer who is able to sit down and put their preliminary thoughts to paper before they complete a piece will often get their message across more effectively than one who doesn’t.
But a problem many writers face is understanding how to create a plan in the first place. While there are plenty of conversations about how to tweak and improve the writing in a final piece, there are fewer about how to fit together the nuts and bolts of an argument in a way that’ll hold under pressure.
That’s why we decided to make “how do you plan an article” the first question that the Go Editorial Roundtable had to answer to do just that.
So what advice did our experts provide to writers the world over needing help creating a master plan? And what lessons can we learn from their collective experience? Let’s find out.