Quick Tip: Do you use italics or quotation marks when citing an article in a manuscript or other nonfiction piece?
e.g., A stunning article is titled Are You Sure You are Not A Bad Boss?
You would use italics for the title of a book but quotation marks for an article.
e.g., A stunning article is titled “Are You Sure You are Not A Bad Boss?”
P.S. Should it be “titled” or “entitled”? Both are correct, although I prefer “titled” (shorter and crisper).