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Learning how to write:


(Thank you to Online Marketing Gorilla, LLC for offering this article and advice. We appreciate your contribution.)

Since I do so much writing a lot of people have asked me how I do this task with such ease.

The truth of the matter is is that just like any other skill, have it and practice makes up for a lot.

What I’m about to tell you is how exactly you can format you’re writing in such a manner that you can communicate well and come up with real high-quality content for your readers.
I will also let you know how to search out categories that you have an understanding in and give you insight into how to prepare the material for the reader.

Finally I’ll conclude with a couple of different tips that I’ve used overtime that of help me quite a bit.

First let’s talk about format.
You might remember from your high school days or possibly your college days that every speech starts with an introduction leads to a body of content and then a conclusion.

Probably the best advice that I ever heard on this was by a preacher. I remember him standing up and saying if you want to give a good lecture this is how you do it.

First you tell them what you’re going to tell them. Next you tell him what you want to tell them. Then, you tell him what you told them.

There you have it. Even if you look at the structure of this article itself. The introduction informs you what I’m going to tell you.

Now I am in the middle of telling you what I wanted to tell you.

And when I am through with this section, I’ll give you the “tell you what I told you” part.  It is really helpful to use the five senses when describing things that you write about. How does it feel? How does it smell? How does it taste? What does it look like? How does that sound?

It isn’t always simple to attach the five senses to inanimate objects. However, you can do this if you simply anthropomorphize what you’re talking about.

People do this all the time when they are writing cartoon characters. Have you ever noticed that you don’t even second-guess the fact that a rat is talking in ratatouille? Likewise, if you turn it into an object with human-like characteristics, it’ll make it easier for your readers to follow.

In closing, it is always important to reiterate what you mentioned. For example in this article I mentioned the structure of an article. I told you how to make it come alive for the reader. Finally, I am showing you how to close by ending this article here. Thank you for taking the time to read this. I hope you find that it is insightful for your needs.