The article provides guidelines for writing and formatting text. It suggests using HTML h2 tags to highlight titles and avoiding rewriting passages. Instead, focus on correcting spelling and grammar mistakes. Use W-questions (what, who, when, how many, why) to prepare keywords and maintain the main idea of the text. Use transition words such as "por eso," "asi que," "de modo que," "entonces," "porque," "como," "además," "en tercer lugar," "después," "en cambio," "hingegen," "pero," "sin embargo," "aun así," and "trotzdem" to connect ideas. Write in the third person present tense and limit the text to one-third of the original. In the introduction, present the topic and the author's opinion. In the main part, provide details and examples to support the main idea. In the conclusion, summarize the main points and explain the consequences. The article ends with the author's analysis and conclusion. It was written by (author's name) and published on (date) on the website of (company).