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Research Papers Political Science Research Paper Writing Made Easy! December 21, 2016

Writing political science research papers is not childs play. In fact, political science research paper writing is one of the most formidable academic writing assignments of your entire educational career. This article provides simple research paper help for writing a political science research paper without much difficulty.

* First, choose a relevant and interesting topic for your political science research paper. It is known that a topic that interests the writer is easy to write about.

* Once the topic is chosen, conduct thorough research using all the possible sources of information. Make sure to only use relevant and most authentic sources for your research papers. After completing the research, arrange all the research material in a systematic order to be able to use it effectively in your political science research paper.

* After arranging the research material and making relevant notes, prepare an outline for your political science research paper. A standard outline for political science research papers is based on the following sections:

Parts of a research paper

A typical research paper includes a title page, introduction, main body or arguments section, counter argument (if required) and a conclusion. Some institutions may also require an abstract, appendix, acknowledgements and a references and bibliographies section to be included in the research paper.

* Adopt a careful approach while writing your political science research paper. This means that you should know which type of information, data and references to add in the research paper and which not to.

* Your research paper writing should be in a flowing manner with each sentence and section composed as a logical and natural sequence of the previous ones.

* Make sure that you do not use any kind of plagiarism while writing your political science research paper because if you do, you wont only lose marks but also your reputation as a decent student.

* Use least possible quotes from the research material and only if required. It is highly suggested to write in your own words as it shows your capabilities and knowledge of writing research papers.

* Cite all references properly and clearly in the references and bibliographies section.

The above would certainly help you write better research papers in the future. For further assistance, you can also get professional research paper help from www.academic-writing.net which is the leading provider of research paper writing services.

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Tips for Writing Business Communications that get results! December 15, 2016

Tips for Writing Business Communications that get results!

by Dr. Jeffrey Lant

Face it. If you’re like most people having to write is… worse than getting a root canal.

You’re not good at it… you know you’re not good. You hate sitting down to write… even though you have things that need to be written… and need to be written NOW!

It’s not a pretty picture.

Cheer up. I’m about to solve your writing problems forever with a handy check-list you can print and keep readily at hand to be consulted each time the situation calls for something written by you.

1) Be clear on what you want to say… what you need the recipient to read.

A major reason writing is so difficult for so many people is because they have not considered the objective BEFORE writing a word. WRONG. Good business writing is based on stating a clear objective, like this:

I want my customer Linda to order her Venetian blinds today for installation 30 days from now.

Knowing where you’re going… and what you want to achieve… makes getting there a whole lot easier.

2) Be clear on what the customer gets.

The person you are writing to — your customer — is the most important person on this planet at this moment.

Your job in writing to her is to ensure that she understands EXACTLY what she is getting from you… and exactly what you want her to do and HOW you want her to do it.

ALL business communications that work are based on just 4 vital words:

YOU GET BENEFIT NOW.

Before you write a single word write down each and every benefit the customer is getting from you. Start each of these benefits with the words

YOU GET… and make what they get clear, compelling, and motivating.

3) Make an offer and make sure that offer is meaningful.

As I write the economy is punk, anaemic and anything other than robust. So what? That just means that in order to motivate your customer, you must improve your offer, adding another scoop to the ice cream cone you are offering.

Craft this offer before using it. Make sure that what you’re offering is valuable… and that you present it in such a way that it jumps off the page and seizes the recipient’s brain, thereby inducing that “I’ve got to get this” feeling that ensures success and money in YOUR pocket.

Offers are everything… when you’re making a grand one, say so in no uncertain terms.

4) Keep what you write short and sweet. People hate reading only slightly less than they hate writing!

Dwight Eisenhower, who after all was a military man, required his cabinet secretaries to present their policy recommendations in memoranda not more than 1 page. The president’s point was simple: if you’re clear on your objective, one page is sufficient to get your point across.

5) NEVER use text language in a business communication.

Text language is sloppy language; it’s also language that can easily be misunderstood. The essence of business writing is enabling your customer to get the gist, the essential point promptly and easily. Text message s are often confusing and unclear, the exact opposite of what you want: just because people get it fast, doesn’t mean they get it accurately!

6) Make sure you give your customers crystal-clear instructions on what to do and how to do it.

Before asking a customer to follow your instructions… follow them yourself. You might find the results instructive.

The sad truth is, far too many instructions for customers have never been tried by the people providing these instructions. As a result, they are muddled, confusing, incomplete, and unclear. Ouch! That’s why you must try them before you send them. Do that now!

7) Make it clear how to get in touch with you.

As humans we have created a network of communications which enables us to connect instantly with people worldwide. Problem is, we’re less dazzling about providing the necessary instructions enabling us to profitably use this network.

Be different! Give your customers the complete and essential communications information required to connect with you… and make these details clear and easy to follow.

This information should include, but is not limited to:

* telephone * fax * cell phone * e-mail, etc.

8) Review your communication before sending it.

Receiving as I do dozens of business communications daily, I can assure you that if proof reading is not dead, it most assuredly is on the critical list. People nowadays claim to be so “busy” that they beg your indulgence for sending communications that would embarrass a schoolboy, sloppy, sloppy, sloppy in the extreme.

That’s why you must never forget this: people, fairly or not, evaluate your ability to handle a project by not only how quickly you deliver your words… but by the accuracy with which you present them. In short, presenting properly is an important ingredient in whether the customer decides to do business with you at all. That’s why the most important writing you will EVER do is …re-writing!

9) “It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing.”

Now for the acid test. Does it move?

The less experience you have had in writing prose that both informs and moves people to action, the more important is this step: reading what you’ve written before sending.

A word of caution: this stage can be painful, very painful indeed if what you’ve written is full of grammatical and other errors; if it’s turgid, sluggish, like walking through a bog. Yes, it can be painful indeed.

Remember, you can only advance if YOU deal with such problems before you inflict them on your customers! So read what you’ve written and be glad to correct before your unfortunate customers wince at the same words (and errors).

What you’re looking for is not only accuracy but a lilting cadence, clear, agile, pleasant to hear, irresistible to read. It takes time to create… but it pays off for a lifetime.

10) Say it with conviction and sincerity

One more thing, an absolutely essential thing: make sure that what you write is sincere, honest, and based on strong convictions. If not, what you write can never be truly convincing because it has not convinced you.

To write without belief is to create something which, at heart, is hollow and lifeless. It cannot work with others, because it has not worked with you.

Thus, before you even think of writing, make certain you believe in what you’re writing. Feeling and injecting this confidence into what you write is the best way to get and hold the attention of all customers. After all, they value and require want sincerity, truth, candor, too. They want to know that you stand behind the words you’re sending. If you present your message in such a way, you are well on your way not merely to writing a persuasive communication but to establishing and cementing that all-important lifelong relationship with your customer . Congratulations! Your writing has come a long, long way!

About The Author

Harvard-educated Dr. Jeffrey Lant is CEO of Worldprofit, Inc., where small and home-based businesses learn how to profit online through automation. Attend Dr. Lant’s live webcast TODAY and receive 50,000 free guaranteed visitors to the website of your choice! Dr. Lant is the author of 18 best-selling business books as well as a consultant and recognized marketing expert. Republished with author’s permission by Vaurn James http://www.SuccessRoute.biz

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SAT Sections In-Depth – Writing, Critical Reading, & Math December 14, 2016

SAT consists of three major sections: Critical Reading, Mathematics, and Writing. Each section receives a score on the scale of 200-800. All scores are multiples of 10. Total scores are calculated by adding up scores of the three sections. Each major section is divided into three parts. There are 10 sub-sections, including an additional 25-minute experimental or “equating” section that may be in any of the three major sections. The experimental section is used to normalize questions for future administrations of the SAT and does not count toward the final score. The test contains 3 hours and 45 minutes of actual timed sections;[9] most administrations (after including orientation, distribution of materials, completion of biographical sections, and eleven minutes of timed breaks) run for about four and a half hours. The questions range from easy, medium, and hard depending on the scoring from the experimental sections. Easier questions typically appear closer to the beginning of the section while harder questions are toward the end in certain sections. This is not true for every section (the Critical Reading section is in chronological order) but it is the rule of thumb mainly for math and the 19 sentence completions on the test.

SAT Writing

The essay

The purpose of the essay is to test the student’s ability to organize, develop, and articulate a viewpoint based on a prompt based on their own thoughts and experience, historical, and scientific examples. The prompt will come in the form of a paragraph and will ask a question. You will then formulate a viewpoint and support it in your essay. Only 25 minutes are given for the essay, so practice using your time efficiency so that you can produce an essay consistently without getting stuck on the one time it really counts.

A proven format is to use an introduction, three body paragraphs and a conclusion. First determine what stance you take on the prompt and formulate a viewpoint, or thesis. Come up with three major points supporting your thesis and the implications of your thesis for the conclusion. It is best to start by brainstorming in bullet points, and then develop them into full sentences once you have chosen and organized your ideas. In those points, make sure to include at least one response in anticipation to a likely counter-argument and at least one example from your experience, history, or science.

These are key tactics to improving your score reliably and effectively. Skipping lines and allowing more space between words than you normally leave can for modifying and editing your essay if you have time afterwards. Erasing and rewriting entire sentences and paragraphs is a waste of time and drawing multiple insertion arrows all over the booklet is messy and not likely to please the grader. If you tend to have your writing flow obstructed by detailed grammar and spelling, put off getting every aspect 100% correct until you get out your ideas and sentences. Varying sentence structure is good as well, but not as important as getting out your ideas and making them cohesive. Go over detailed minutia after you expand your ideas into a full essay so that you don’t waste precious minutes, and budget your time to be able to look over them.

Multiple Choice Questions

The Writing Multiple Choice sections involve improving paragraphs and identifying sentences that may or may not contain linguistic errors. A good way to approach this section is to hear out if it sounds correct. However, there is some training to be done to avoid common pitfalls when listening. Good SAT preparation resources will cover these by concept.

Simply reading a lot will greatly help you identifying errors by listening for errors. However, you may be are short on time, a non-native speaker, or not as linguistically inclined. Language can be more -fuzzy- and less precise – unlike math – than you might be comfortable with. Approaching this section by studying distilled grammatical principles, rather than lots of random reading will likely be much more effective. Identifying the more commonly tested concepts and getting used to the curve ball questions through repeated exposure and practice are examples of such the method. Knowing things specific to the SAT are effective ways to improve your score with little time and effort. For example, the sentence improvement section considers unnecessarily long wording to be errors and uses semicolons to split sentences.

Critical Reading

Reading Comprehension

The SAT Critical Reading sections involve reading paragraphs and answering questions of comprehension, reasoning, and in-context vocabulary. The key to succeeding in Critical Reading section is first to be able to absorb and retain a lot of information, keeping in mind the big picture and logical concepts. The Critical Reading sections do not require special knowledge of any given topic, since all of the necessary information is provided.

Two general approaches exist for reading passages. Some students prefer to take in the entire passage first. Others find this overwhelming and prefer to read the questions first, and then read the passage for -targeted- reading. Either way, being able to focus in on details and seeing the big picture are necessary skills. Summarizing each paragraph’s key idea is a good tactic for students of both styles as well.

The best way to prepare for SAT Critical Reading section is get your hands on as many practice reading passages and solving them. The key is to improve your ability to comprehend higher level reading.

Sentence Completion

Sentence completion questions simultaneously test vocabulary and comprehension of sentence structure. Sentence completion problems involve a sentence with either one or two blanks, which must be filled in with the appropriate words. Starting with the most common SAT words is an excellent place to start studying for vocabulary.

There are many tactics for sentence completion questions. Knowing a lot of vocabulary will help greatly for sentence completion questions. However, even if you do know vocabulary well, the logic and structure of the sentence is what determines the correct answer. There are certain logical patterns to sentences completion questions.

Some sentences have the definition or antonym’s definition of the word in the sentence. Other sentences queue a contrast or an unexpected relationship. Questions with double blanks are best approached by picking one blank and trying each answer choice, eliminating the answers that do not fit for that blank. You then test the remaining answer choices and test them in the second blank. This method is faster because you can focus on one concept at a time, instead of alternating between two.

Sentence Completion is not something that can easily be crammed for, but seeing repeated patterns of question types and structure will allow you to quickly absorb them in a few weeks’ time.

Math

The SAT Math sections are based on logic, algebra, and geometry. Logic is always necessary, algebra is intensely covered, and only the basics of geometry are covered. Area, relationships of lines and angles, and other concepts are tested, but proofs and trigonometry are not necessary. There are multiple choice format questions, where the answers are provided for you and grid-in format questions, where the answers are completely generated by the student alone. If there are multiple ways of expressing the same answer in grid-in questions, they will all be valid. You will absolutely want to write in the booklet to solve problems. Doing so will also make reviewing and checking your answers more quickly as well. Again, the best method to improving math is to practice solving a lot of problems. Identify the topics you tend to miss and use the focused method of studying that topic exclusively in order to pick up patterns more quickly. Failing to convert the answer or read exactly what the question is asking for are common ways students make careless errors on easy questions.

Simply reading carefully can be worth the equivalent score boost as suddenly learning how to solve the hardest few problems. This is an area where studying for the SAT can really pay off. You can use the calculator, but being able to manipulate things on paper or mentally can sometimes lead you to the answer more quickly. Switching from using the pencil to using the calculator can take time away or break the flow of solving a problem, so you will want to become proficient at knowing the shortcuts and quick input methods for your calculator.

Often times, there are questions that can be solved either in a quicker fashion by identifying a key relationship or going through a more time-consuming calculation. If you are struggling with math, it can be very topic-dependent. So it is best to identify the topics, and do many problems of one topic at a time.

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Essay Writing Moxy – Write My Paper Cheap December 12, 2016

Systematize your ideas prior to expressing them in your essay, i.e., make the outline either on paper or in your mind. It is required in the beginning for a beginner’s loose sally of mind is very likely to lose the very rationale of the attempt. Only after attaining command over style, can one’s essay be ‘dispersed meditation’.

The impersonal type of essay, alone, should be attempted first. Only after considerable practice, when one’s own style is shaped, subjected or personal essays are advised to be taken up.up.

Verbosity is detrimental to clarity. Hence superfluous words and expressions should be avoided.

Direct expression and active voice construction are preferable to digression and passive expression.

Complex sentences and hotchpotch of ideas mar effectiveness and precision. One idea must be expressed in a single paragraph.

Thus, if you want to become an essayist of note, master your language first and make your model any modern essayist, who is deemed to have mastered the prose style.

English is one of the most common languages in the world. It is spoken across several countries including the United Kingdom, Canada, United States of America, New Zealand, Australia and parts of South America. However, it is also a language used worldwide in the tourist industry and in the world of business and commerce. It is no wonder therefore that so many individuals wish to learn how to write, speak and understand the English language, and why so many students choose to undertake their academic study in an English speaking country.

However, being sufficiently fluent in English that you can undertake fulltime or part time study of a subject of any nature within an English speaking country is no mean feat! Whilst you may feel that your grasp of the English language is sufficient for you to get by on campus, make friends, interact and participate in your classes and even hold down a job, when it comes to writing English, there are lots of errors and areas for concern that individuals whose second language is English need to be aware of, and do their best to avoid. Unfortunately, proofreading errors and editing errors plague even the brightest native English speaking individual and affect their marks. So achieving strong coursework or essay marks on the proofreading front is particularly challenging for those students who have English as a second language.

Students for whom English is a second language find that they not only have to worry about what to write in their essays and coursework, but they also have to think about how to write it. It almost doesn’t matter how long you have been studying English and how fluent you think you may be in conversing in the language, when it comes to writing down the language, nothing is ever as comfortable as your native lingo.

So, what are the key things to consider as a non-native English speaker when writing an essay in English?

– The language needs to be sufficiently complex and academic in style. There is most definitely a distinction between the language you use when writing blog posts, letters, emails and when generally chatting to others and the language you use when writing an academic piece. Academic language is complex, not simple, and this can be a difficult concept to grasp for everyone, not just those for whom English is their second language.

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Writing Sales Copy Active Voice Copy Outsells December 6, 2016

When you are crafting copy to get sales online, making use of the “active voice,” is imperative. It is a proven fact that people do not respond well to “passive voice” sales copy. The difference in the narrative voice used equates to this: in “active voice,” the noun does the action. Such as: “James hit the ball.”

In the passive voice, the action “happens” to the noun; such as this example; “The ball was hit by James.” This separate style in writing determines the nature of the copy. “Passive voice” writing tends to come off as boring, drab, and tends to not connect well with readers.

Look at the sites online that are making good sales, and you will find the sales writers using the “active voice.” The “active voice” is a “doer” of the word. It performs action; hence, it as well compels the reader to take action.

Of course, there many more aspects that go into the making of great sales copy. Giving readers clearly defined, specific, and direct benefits they will gain by buying the product or service is also very important.

Once your headline has gained their full attention, use a sub-head to draw them further into your body copy. Then highlight the benefits which set your product or service apart from your competitors.

In the copywriting world this identifies your USP (Unique Selling Proposition) or your (Unique Selling Position.) For online sales copy, it is good to try and have your targeted keywords, or keyword phrases incorporated within the headline. This helps you achieve a better page rank for SEO (Search Engine Optimization) purposes.

Write to show – and not tell. Hit them with a good story that demonstrates clearly how your product or service helps them solve a huge problem. To combine these two writing elements: such as (story-based copy) plus (writing in “active voice,”) you have the potential to knock your sales response out of the ballpark.

When writing in the “active voice,” structure your sentences to be rich in adverbs, and go light on the adjectives. Power Web copywriting gets your point across using action, and it does so without fluff, hype, or claims that sound unbelievable.

Check some of the sales pages that you know are selling a lot. You will find that many of them will share some of the same attributes. This is not by accident. You will soon discover that this type of writing is what works to make you sales. It will pay you great dividends to learn how to write in this fashion.

If you do not have the time to learn how to write great sales copy, you can always hire someone to write it. There are way too many so called “sales” pages on the Web, which are not making a dime. They are not only costing someone money to host them, their failure to sell actually damages site credibility, and integrity.

Many of these “sales” pages were written using “passive voice.” People tend to click away from them as soon as they land there. Check your page statistics – make sure that visitors to your sales page stay there at least long enough to read your entire message.

Think about it; when someone lands on your sales page, then clicks away in five seconds or less, your copy is failing to do its job. It is actually hurts your sales efforts by doing exactly the opposite of what you intended it to do. This kind of copy does not promote your product or service – it demotes your site by driving newcomers away.

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Tips In Writing Subject And Image Usage In Email Marketing December 2, 2016

Email subject is the first things the recipient read when viewing your message. An eye-catching subject line can raise the recipients attention and greatly improve the open rate. A email subject shout short, descriptive, and encourage the reader to open and read your message.

1. Not to use the word free
As free is often considered to be a spam keyword. Most email servers filter emails that contain spam keywords in their subject line and the emails are most likely to be marked as JUNK/SPAM.

2. Dont just write Newsletter #1, #2, #3
If you email your newsletters to customer, dont just write subject line as Newsletter #1 or Newsletter #2. The open rate will gradually drop as it doesnt encourage the recipient to open it.
You should provide a descriptive subject lines instead. For example, you can pick the title of the main article in your newsletter as subject.

3. Dont use capitals or exclamation marks
It should not be in all capital letters, or contain exclamation marks.

4. Keep it short
Try and keep to around 50 characters including spaces. Most popular email readers dont display more characters than this.

Have a attractive email subject is an important steps for the success of email marketing. People also like to use image in marketing email. However, if you mis-use image in your email may bring adverse effects to your marketing events. Here’re few tips about eh usage of image in marketing email.

1. Keep Images Light
No matter you embeded the image into email or make a url reference to your web site, you should keep the image size smaller. It is important as nobody will wait for 10 or 20 seconds to load the image. Most graphics software provides optimization tool to compress and reduce the image size and make the image visually indifferent.

2. Use Fewer Images
More images embedded to the email not only give additional load to the server, but also recipients take longer time to load the email. You should try to use one image only in the email.

3. Take care on Image Size
There are different resolutions for different PC and monitor. But you should also take care about the email client, as recipient most likely read your message in the preview windows of the email client. You should not assume the message will be displayed in full screen by default.

4. Alternative Plain Text
Dont simply post a single image in your email. As the image may be blocked by the email software, you should provide a short message as alternative. If the image is blocked, your message can still show up to the recipient.

5. Dont Use Animated Image
In some email clients, especially on mobile device, the animated gif cannot be completely rendered. It may only show the first frame of the image. You are advised to use other technique to catch the readers attention.

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