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How to Write Taglines

A tagline is a quick way to market a business visually and audibly. It is very similar to a slogan, but it often covers an entire company and its products instead of a single advertising campaign. Great taglines come from plenty of brainstorming and editing. The best ones are catchy but also express the benefits(…)

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How to Write a Haiku Poem

A haiku (俳句 high-koo) is a short three-line poem that uses sensory language to capture a feeling or image. Haiku poetry was originally developed by Japanese poets. They are often inspired by nature, a moment of beauty, or poignant experience. To write a haiku, start by brainstorming ideas for the poem. Then, write the poem(…)

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How to Write a Receipt

Receipts serve as a document for customer payments and as a record of sale. If you want to provide a customer with a receipt, you can handwrite one on a piece of paper or create one digitally using a template or software system. If you plan on doing business, it’s important that you know how(…)

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How to Write a Script

Writing a script is a great way to stretch your creativity by making a short film, movie, or TV show. Each script starts with a good premise and plot that takes your characters on a life-changing adventure. With a lot of hard work and correct formatting, you can write your own script in just a(…)

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How to Write Goodbye Letters

Saying goodbye is rarely easy, no matter what the circumstances are. A letter or email can help ease the transition for you and the people you’re parting with, and you can use one in a variety of situations. For instance, you may write a professional goodbye letter if you’re leaving your current job, or you(…)

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How to Write a Listicle

Listicles, which are articles presented in list form, are a popular way to share information in the digital age. They’re a flexible way to present ideas, whether you’re writing a lighthearted blog post or an information-packed news article. To write an effective listicle, start by narrowing your topic and choosing the best format. Then, you(…)

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How to Write a Literary Analysis

A literary analysis is the process where you read a literary work very closely to figure out how the author gets their main points across. Start by taking notes on the text and reading it very carefully, then develop and outline your argument. Write the analysis according to your outline, and proofread it carefully before(…)

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How to Write a Horror Story

The thing I like best about Halloween is not the candy (I’d just get fat), the pumpkin carving (really, I’d end up with a pumpkin that would more likely resemble a deformed bowling ball rather than a face), or the weather (I hate rain!), but the stories. Even though I’m not very good at watching(…)

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How to Write an SAT Essay

While the SAT’s revised essay section is optional, it’s an excellent way to develop the writing skills you’ll need in college. Plus, many colleges will expect you to complete this portion of the exam. You’ll have 50 minutes to read a 500- to 750-word passage and explain how the author uses rhetorical devices to make(…)