“The Power of Word Analogies”

January 15, 2017 Kathryn
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You have lost the battle if you can’t get your audience to connect with your “writings.” It takes more than throwing a few words around to manage that, especially in regards to, “quotes.”

Do’s For Quotes

1. Your sentences must be detailed and structured
2. Words must not make your writing too hard to understand.
3. Focus on the flow of your sentences
4. Ask yourself the question: ” Does your sentences paint a picture or convey a message the audience can relate to?”
5. Ask yourself the question: ” Do you draw a conclusion within the quote?” Or, “Do you leave it up to the audience to do just that?”

Number 5 is very important. Quotes will allow you to do both when writing them. Make your words stand out. These are a few pointers for structure. Happy Reading!

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