4 Unconventional Introductory Tactics that Pull Readers in

4 Unconventional Introductory Tactics that Pull Readers in

The cursor blinks, over and over again. It sits there on the empty virtual page and taunts your inaction. You couldn’t conjure an introduction if someone had a gun to your head.

It’s a common struggle among us writers to which there’s no easy remedy. But here are a few useful techniques for writing introductions that’ll both freshen your approach and suck in would-be readers.

How to craft really, ridiculously good-looking post conclusions


Do you think there’s more to life than having really, really, ridiculously good-looking post conclusions?

This won’t be your average advice on improving post conclusions. I’m not going to tell you to “ask a question” or “make an offer”, because your readers have arrived for answers, and pushy CTAs won’t be needed if you’ve proven to impress them. It’s time to think outside the box, and make those conclusions shimmer like end-of-the-rainbow gold.