Out of all the articles I have read to help me with my shop, this one is the one I needed to read the most. Thank you so much for your encouragement by sharing what your professor shared with you. I literally “loath writing. I can paint and express this way, but to write is my “hugest fear!” The thought of thousands of people viewing my descriptions to my product worries me that I will ruin my product. Any how I will try to be more confident and just not worry to much. Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!
By the way, your style of writing is very smooth and easy to read as well. I don’t like reading, but this was very flowing and intriguing. 🙂
That makes me think of how many words you actually use when writing bullet points and also what’s the tone of your blog posts. Are your bullet points and posts filled with the word: “I” and it’s all about you?
It’s not about you. It’s all about them. To have really effective engagement in your bullet points you have to earn their attention. To do this, you need to talk about them. To have your bullet points truly engage you need to change your “I-You ratio.” You start with the word “You,” and then use it a dozen more times then you use the word “I.” And that will help your engagement and getting the readers interest. That will help you to become more relevant and read.
I think everything published was very reasonable.
But, what about this? what if you added a little information? I ain’t suggesting your information isn’t solid., but what
if you added something to possibly grab people’s attention? I mean How to Write Better Essays:
6 Practical Tips is a little plain. You might peek at Yahoo’s
home page and watch how they create news titles to get viewers to click.
You might try adding a video or a pic or two to grab people
excited about what you’ve written. In my opinion, it might make your website
a little bit more interesting.