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Points of view
All writing is presented from a particular point of view, and the ones chosen will largely define how engaged the reader will feel.
Branding is critical to being readily identified, as it is what people will remember about you, but not necessarily in the way that you think.
Paragraphs provide a block of text centred around one step in a narrative. However, a lot about the writer and their approach to the topic can be gleaned just by looking at their shapes on a page.
Approach to the topic
How you approach the topic is dependent upon how your audience sees it in relation to their own lives.
Conversion is key
Everybody wants visitors to their site, but is that all that you really want?
When talking, we insert pauses of different lengths to help the listener interpret what parts of what we are saying are more closely related to each other. Punctuation provides that in writing.
Correct use of grammar, or the ordering of words, will help ensure that the reader will correctly interpret who is doing what to whom, and what conditons apply to that.
Words tell the story
While a picture may be useful for gaining your site's visitors' immediate attention, words will directly engage and modify their beliefs.
Having finished your article, you will probably want to leave it all alone, and get on with other articles. However, you and the world evolves, so what you wrote may not represent what you intended, nor even still be relevant, any more.
Take a break before editing
Writing can be a very intense process, with a lot of trains of thought. However, while what is written may have made sense at the time, after a break away from it, the thought process may not be as obvious in the words anymore.

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