Sometimes the process of getting thoughts out of your head and into some tangible form of writing can be hard. No matter who you are, a good old dose of writer’s block can stop you in your tracks. In these situations it pays to remember some of the basics that will help you get back on your way.
about your audience. What issues are important to them? What would they want to get out of your info or services?
2. BE CONCISE
. Don’t wax lyrical. Concentrate on getting your point across in a clear and tangible manner. You want to retain the reader’s interest at all times.
your subject. Make sure you know about what you’re trying to talk about. A little bit of info searching could also give a new series of related topics to explore. If all you know is the basics, sooner or later someone is going to pull you up for it.
4. BACK UP
your point of view or your findings with statistics, fact and figures. This will make your argument stronger and all the more persuasive.
people, websites, companies and institutions who agree with you, or even better, think what you’re saying is the bee’s knees. The bigger, the better.
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