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Writing book descriptors
A lot of products contain a feature and benefit lists, but this is not so necessary for textbooks. It must be fascinating enough for buyers to put the eBook in their shopping cart and go to check-out. Newsmen are relying on who, what, when, where, why and how they write tales, and the same question should be asked when they write descriptive material.
Although, when and where are not as pertinent to textbooks, here is how some of these issues specifically refer to citations:: Who is this public for this particular work? That depends on the nature of the work. For whom the work is intended, can be defined by ages, sex or life style interests.
What: What is the textbook about? Provide a descriptive text that tells the reader what to look for, but don't give too much away. So why would folks want to study this and not any other one? The reason for the described text. That is more true for some than others. What does this volume appeal to you?
Bullets are not so binding for this end, unless there are certain characteristics or advantages to describe. When clients are looking for a particular kind of books but don't have a particular idea of a particular item, they add key words to the page. The addition of ratings to the pages increases reader confidence in the text.