I thought that the advice that Molly Synder gave was extremely helpful. People spend a lot less time reading articles when it’s on an electronic device, so there are ways that can make an article easier to read, while still keeping the reader engaged and interested in the topic discussed in the article.
The article I’m going to focus on is titled Positronic Tattoo Combines Art, Community, and Quality Work, written by Oli Dodd. The article is short and to the point, discussing Lennox Lange and Todd Gnacinski’s future plans for their tattoo shop. Dodd uses their active voice when writing, such as “Positronic has proven itself to be a friendly and clean environment to get tattoos and piercings”, and “His work is reflective of his drawing style”
Dodd puts the main info of the article first, stating the Positronic Tattoo is a “retro-futuristic tattoo and piercing shop”, with a hyperlink to Positronic’s website. The word count is less than 1,000, so there’s no need to put subheadings with it.
Dodd’s article is not plagiarized because there’s only one article about Positronic Tattoo on OnMilwaukee. Dodd gets both Lange’s and Gnacinski’s perspectives on their future plans for their shop, and Dodd does not inject their own opinion into it.