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Filling Your Content With Context

Here are a few quick tips for adding more context to your writing:

  • Expand acronyms and abbreviations when they first appear.
  • Provide a glossary for context, if required.
  • Avoid using idiomatic language that can be exclusive.
  • Avoid using unnecessarily technical language or jargon.

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