Topic vs. Angle: What's the Difference?
- Topic: The State of Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging
- Angle: Could Cutting the Cord Accelerate Electric Vehicle Growth?
- Topic: Storytelling for Service Executives
- Angle: Why Storytelling Might Be the Best Kept Secret in Service Management
- Topic: Latest Developments in Autonomous Vehicles
- Angle: 3 Self-Driving Developments That Could Shape the Future of Field Service
- Topic: Humility in Executive Leadership
- Angle: How Great Leaders Break Free from the Ego Trap
- Topic: Latest Developments in Alt-Fuel Vehicles
- Angle: The State of Electrified Pickup Trucks in the North American Market
- Topic: Truck and Van Upfits for Better Ergonomics
- Angle: 3 Hacks to Improve Your Service Fleet’s Ergonomics (and Economics)
The bottom line...
Topic = general description; Angle = specific direction.
A common cause for writer's block: Trying to write on a topic instead of an angle. That's because a topic is too broad to cover in any meaningful way in a short-form piece. The angle narrows your focus, giving you a clear direction to make the research and writing processes much easier.