Online Advertising

Online advertising is now one of the top choices for advertisers. By this way, they can promote their products to attract consumers’ attention and the potential for success is huge. There are many different types of online advertising such as display advertising, video ads, pop-ups ad, trick banners or text ads. In fact, consumers can easily see online ads when they are using Facebook, Instagram, Google,… so that businesses can also use social networking sites as a legitimate communication channel between businesses and customers. And, the feedback will help businesses make improvements. However, when consumers visit the website with many online ads appearing, they will get distracted and want to ignore advertising.

Example of a creative advertisement

Source: Ads for Brands

This video ad from the British biscuit company McVitie’s in 2018, they initiated a £9.7m master brand campaign called “Sweeter Together” to show that they are the UK’s number 1 sweet biscuit brand. From my view, video ads are one of the ways to attract the attention of most consumers. Animation videos are some emotional stories that include complex information can send to the audience.

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Hannah Vuong

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“Change is hard, but CHANGE IS GOOD.” – Henry Rollins

The post “Getting to the Other Side of a Life-Changing Experience” talks about accumulating life experience that will help you make more choices for yourself. This article is one of the popular topics in today’s society and will give a lot of benefits for young person. From my view, the article has more complex sentences so that the readers will not quickly understand the problem.

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Extract from the original article.

It’s an ongoing conversation...

The emails I’ve gathered into a folder called “The Other Side” bear witness to our hunger to have meaningful dialogue about how the personal and professional intertwine. As we forge ahead in our careers, we will all encounter life-changing experiences that lead us to reevaluate, redefine, and reconsider how and why we work. In an age where we are inundated with the highlights of others’ lives that make our own processes look messy, in jobs where we feel pressured to be perfectly put-together, and in a society where there is limited space to be vulnerable, it is vital to make room for conversation that explores the nuances of our experiences and champions the ways we can transform and thrive on the other side.”

Edited version of the same extract.

It’s an ongoing conversation…

“The Other Side” stories show that they want to keep the balance of the personal and professional. As we forge ahead in our careers, we will have some life-changing experiences that lead us to reconsider how and why we work.

We live in an age where we inundated with the highlights of others’ lives that make our own processes look messy.

We do in jobs where the pressure comes with perfection.

And, we are in a society where limited space to be vulnerable.

The conversation plays an important role in exploring our experiences and the ways we can transform and thrive on the other side.

Last but not least,

One of the writing tips is using simple sentences so that readers can easily understand your topic.

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Hannah Vuong

3 Samples of Good Writing

Today, I am going to share with you about 3 examples of a blog post that I feel privileged and really impressed by the writer’s writing skills.

The first post:

In this article, the author gives a few tips and methods that people can apply to become a better listener. With the clear points, the writer completely attracts and leads the readers to the topic. From my view, almost the readers know how important is listening in communication and that is thanks to the author’s writing skills.

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The second post:

The writer provides some of the most obvious and common cases that you have to make a personal promise to pause. In fact, respect for the opponent is important and essential. But respect does not mean that you always agree with what others say. So, the author knows what their audiences are thinking to pay their attention to the article.

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The third post:

In the third post, the author wants to call for action to stop making critical comments about someone’s body. Besides, the author shows a physical case so that the readers can have a different view on this problem. Don’t take this excuse to justify your selfishness. The writer emphasizes that do not take this excuse to justify your selfishness.

Check out this Blog by https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/09/style/please-stop-talking-about-my-body.html

Last but not least,

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