Rana Tarakji 's Entries

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  • 06 May 2021
    A lot of people assume that anonymous content simply means hiding your identity from the content and the news in which you are providing. For instance, The Doe gives a clear-cut example of how anonymous content should be posted. When writing anonymous content it is not enough to separate your identity from the reader, concealing it and hiding it. To properly write anonymous content you must also separate your bias from the content as well. A big perk of anonymity is that it removes the prejudice and pre-bias that most readers get when they receive content from a source. For instance, most mainstream media outlets have their biased states for them loud and clear. You can tell what they are going to say before they even say it because of their preconceived bias and beliefs. However, the power of anonymous content is that the reader is receiving the content at face value. The content isn’t muddied by the prejudice of any brand or label. And so as an anonymous content provider, your job is to provide a clear, unbiased, form of content. By doing so, you are providing the true experience of anonymity to the reader. This will not be an easy thing to do. After all, everyone has beliefs and everyone wants to state their beliefs. But anonymity can also help you, the content provider, by exploring the other point of view out there. Anonymity is -therefore- a platform for free and honest expression. For the provider, it allows them to express themselves openly without judgment. For the reader, it allows them to access content and information with prejudice. That is how to properly write anonymous content. And that is why anonymous content is so proper and important. And why more and more websites should do like The Doe and consider publishing anonymous content. 
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  • A lot of people assume that anonymous content simply means hiding your identity from the content and the news in which you are providing. For instance, The Doe gives a clear-cut example of how anonymous content should be posted. When writing anonymous content it is not enough to separate your identity from the reader, concealing it and hiding it. To properly write anonymous content you must also separate your bias from the content as well. A big perk of anonymity is that it removes the prejudice and pre-bias that most readers get when they receive content from a source. For instance, most mainstream media outlets have their biased states for them loud and clear. You can tell what they are going to say before they even say it because of their preconceived bias and beliefs. However, the power of anonymous content is that the reader is receiving the content at face value. The content isn’t muddied by the prejudice of any brand or label. And so as an anonymous content provider, your job is to provide a clear, unbiased, form of content. By doing so, you are providing the true experience of anonymity to the reader. This will not be an easy thing to do. After all, everyone has beliefs and everyone wants to state their beliefs. But anonymity can also help you, the content provider, by exploring the other point of view out there. Anonymity is -therefore- a platform for free and honest expression. For the provider, it allows them to express themselves openly without judgment. For the reader, it allows them to access content and information with prejudice. That is how to properly write anonymous content. And that is why anonymous content is so proper and important. And why more and more websites should do like The Doe and consider publishing anonymous content. 
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