Mehers ∙ 10 Nov, 09
u r a great writer man.thanx for the tips.
Second, ask yourself why each feature is included in the first place. thats great
* First, make a list of every features or elements.
* Second, ask yourself why each feature is included in the first place.
* Third, take the “why” and ask “how” does this connect with the reader’s desires?
* Fourth, get to the absolute root of what’s in it for the readers at an emotional level. Example,
"Maid of the Mist boats sail Niagara Falls visitors into the mist of the American Falls"
Why it’s there:
To enjoy and get unparalleled experience of entering the mist
So we may draw attention of readers by using emotional touches in writing like:
"Maid of the Mist boats offers Travelers a lifetime experience of watching Niagara and American fall from the very closest, as if sailing in to water falls to touch the clouds of mist."
(I am not good writer, but hope it helps)