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Use One Of Odyssey's Templates For Your Next Article

Here at Odyssey, we know creating content isn't always easy.

There are days where you know exactly what you want to say. But there are also days when you hit a wall. For those days, we are here to help.

Odyssey Templates are content skeletons looking to be fleshed out. We've selected topics that we think warrant multiple viewpoints and perspectives. While all of these articles will look similar, they'll be different depending on who is filling them out.

Below are the templates we've provided. Every month, more will be added. Some of the templates are created with time-sensitive topics in mind. So for those, if you miss a certain window around a moment, that template might be outdated. So be mindful of what template you chose, and if it's still something you think would connect with your audience right now.


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