awesome contribution to new ones. It really worthy for me even after joining PTE classes I was not aware regarding these tips. It better to contribute to you online rather than wasting time offline. Incredible help. Please let me know for any contribution as well, I am a System and Network Engineer so that I can also contribute free knowledge. Thanks.
I am still going to appear for PTE next month and I had once appeared for PTE R(58) W(61) S (79) L(73). Please suggest how I could boost two weak sections (RW) as my requirement are 65 each. Thanks once again and hats off to your analytical tips.
As I said before, straight to the point novels with little description and smaller words are not bad novels. They can be very good novels. But wanting every novel to be written like that smacks of something the fast food generation wants, something called instant gratification. They want results now, they want their food now. Sometimes I wonder if there is a correlation to the fast food generation to people wanting their novels always simple and straight to the point. To say that novels should only be written one way, which this article seems to be saying, is a disservice to literature and it’s many diverse writers. I ask you all to think it over.
Part of creating an eye-catching headline could be using some of the strong adjectives/verbs mentioned in tip #14. So, for example: Kill Your Spammy Backlinks - Before it's Too Late! or here's a good one I came across recently that I would definitely categorize as eye-catching: How Google Glass ruined my lunch hour The goal is to create something that feels, at least to some degree, out of the ordinary. It's hard to give examples because a headline can be eye-catching for many different reasons - because of word choice, punctuation, sentence structure, etc. I hope that helps!