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How to Write Conclusions That Don’t Suck - Help Scout

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The Problem Of Writing A Conclusion

Many authors, article writers and content writers draft samples without a proper conclusion or a wrap-up.

Beginner writers can try to follow the advice on structuring an essay or thesis statement, given by English teachers: “Tell ’em what you’re gonna tell ’em, tell ’em, and t...

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Once an author has stated the idea and offered evidence and anecdotes to support it, the concluding part has to answer the ‘so what?’ question that can crop in the reader’s mind, usually when the end of the article/paper is near.

The reader is satisfied once the main ...

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A personal touch is a nice trick to create an impactful conclusion.

The readers will identify and would feel a connection with the personal story humanizing the subject at hand.

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If something resonates or lingers in the reader's mind, long after the article has been read, then it is a sign that the conclusion was impactful and created an impression.

Asking a direct question or creating a personal challenge makes them think about that idea,...

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