Posted 9 months ago on Aug. 11, 2012, 10:18 p.m. EST by richardkentgates
from Fort Walton Beach, FL
This content is user submitted and not an official statement
I want to point out a few things about how you share information. There are some basic principle about web design that are particularly important to the subject.
Keep the initial offering to a potent minimum. You want the first bit of text the reader experiences to be short enough to not lose their attention before your point is made, otherwise they stop reading before the point is made and they move on to something else.
From this intriguing introduction to your information, you can link (in the article or after) to other resources. You can also do this as an intra-web platform where you link to other pages on your site where you continue expanding but reapply the Hook on each page.
The information you choose to make your point should be irrefutable and also relate to something that is likely to have a direct and/or personal impact on them.
By following the Hook Line Sinker you keep the readers attention and you present to them irreconcilable issues with the party they support or at minimum, shake them from their dogma even if they don't admit it.