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.
This is absolutely incredible! I greatly admire your work and accomplishment! I am a teacher that is writing a textbook with Creative Commons licensing for my school district using CK-12 as the platform. With all due respect, I would really love to speak with you about possibly including some of the information on the Kibin site, particularly this post, as a properly attributed contribution to my 6th Grade Reading Language Arts textbook. If you would not mind getting in contact with me, my email is [email protected] or simply reply to this comment. @naomi_tepper:disqus
You definitely have heard that a picture is worth a thousand words. But, when it comes to essay writing , a thousand words is what gets you a good grade! How do you find the right ones, then? Simple — you describe! Mastering the ins and outs of descriptive writing will help you paint a picture — with words. The main trick here is to pay close attention to every tiny detail and deal only with subjects and situations readers can relate to. If you think of it, all established authors, from Shakespeare to Rowling, have used this simple tip to their benefit.