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A Copywriting Lesson

A Copywriting Lesson Looking for inspiration for your next marketing communication? Try the children’s bookshelf. Dr. Seuss has entertained young (and old) audiences for nearly 50 years with titles such as <I>The Cat in the Hat,</I> <I>Hop on Pop</I> and <I>Green Eggs and Ham.</I> The reason why his books remain so popular says something about what makes for good writing (and reading), no matter who or where the audience is. <B>Nouns and Verbs</B> Nothing keeps readers moving like strong noun-verb combinations. If the sentence were a train, nouns and verbs would be the engine. Adjectives, adverbs and the other parts of speech make the train longer and slower. Dr. Seuss’ sentences have strong engines pulling light loads to keep readers moving down the tracks. <B>Lots of Periods</B> A byproduct of eliminating the extraneous words is shorter sentence length. Lots of periods. Paradoxically, more sentences of shorter length increase reading speed… Read More »A Copywriting Lesson

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A Copywriting Lesson

A Copywriting Lesson Looking for inspiration for your next marketing communication? Try the children’s bookshelf. Dr. Seuss has entertained young (and old) audiences for nearly 50 years with titles such as <I>The Cat in the Hat,</I> <I>Hop on Pop</I> and <I>Green Eggs and Ham.</I> The reason why his books remain so popular says something about what makes for good writing (and reading), no matter who or where the audience is. <B>Nouns and Verbs</B> Nothing keeps readers moving like strong noun-verb combinations. If the sentence were a train, nouns and verbs would be the engine. Adjectives, adverbs and the other parts of speech make the train longer and slower. Dr. Seuss’ sentences have strong engines pulling light loads to keep readers moving down the tracks. <B>Lots of Periods</B> A byproduct of eliminating the extraneous words is shorter sentence length. Lots of periods. Paradoxically, more sentences of shorter length increase reading speed… Read More »A Copywriting Lesson

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A Copywriting Lesson

A Copywriting Lesson Looking for inspiration for your next marketing communication? Try the children’s bookshelf. Dr. Seuss has entertained young (and old) audiences for nearly 50 years with titles such as <I>The Cat in the Hat,</I> <I>Hop on Pop</I> and <I>Green Eggs and Ham.</I> The reason why his books remain so popular says something about what makes for good writing (and reading), no matter who or where the audience is. <B>Nouns and Verbs</B> Nothing keeps readers moving like strong noun-verb combinations. If the sentence were a train, nouns and verbs would be the engine. Adjectives, adverbs and the other parts of speech make the train longer and slower. Dr. Seuss’ sentences have strong engines pulling light loads to keep readers moving down the tracks. <B>Lots of Periods</B> A byproduct of eliminating the extraneous words is shorter sentence length. Lots of periods. Paradoxically, more sentences of shorter length increase reading speed… Read More »A Copywriting Lesson

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