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Cut And Paste: Rearranging Content To Arrive At The Results You Want
Sometimes, you’ll finish writing a piece and find yourself dissatisfied with how it reads. Maybe, the information doesn’t translate well. Perhaps, the way the message is arrived at can be confusing. Whatever the reason, your copy will need to be reworked in order to read better, imparting its point in a way that makes a stronger impact.
For the most part, text that lack clarity can be fixed up by using grammar software. That’s because majority of writing weaknesses are frequently related to a lack of adherence to best practices and language rules. When you’ve done due diligence on this end to no avail, it’s time to check the way your presentation is organized. Often, a lack clarity can be remedied by rearranging the way ideas are shown.
Ask yourself the following questions:
- How would the piece work if you rearrange paragraph order?
- Does the introduction work to generate interest or does it reveal too much that can best be presented towards the end, instead?
- Do you need to build up tension before going into the details?
- Is your closing strong enough to answer any unasked questions?
Many times, simply rearranging the paragraphs to a more logical sequence can do the trick. Sometimes, beefing up the introductory groundwork or trimming it down can facilitate a more successful version. Experiment with cut-and-paste technology, rearranging the way your ideas are presented, and you might eventually hit upon the desired spot.