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How do you feel when the readers seem to be unable to understand the message you

  1. anusha15 profile image87
    anusha15posted 5 years ago

    How do you feel when the readers seem to be unable to understand the message you wanted to convey?

    A writer writes to convey a particular message via the writeup - be it a poem, story or article. Has it ever happened that despite your best effort and simplest explanation you could manage, people still misunderstood completely? How did you feel, what did you do? Did any improvements helped? Any tips for people who face such a situation?

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    Kerry43posted 5 years ago

    Good afternoon:) I think this would be a great prompt for another article on the same topic.

    Have a happy day!

    Kerry

    1. anusha15 profile image87
      anusha15posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Well that's good, isn't it? One of the motives of QnA on HP is to inspire people to write new hubs. But, I don't know since when questions have become for commenting and not answering tongue Or shall I expect another answer from you in form of hub big_smile

  3. SylviaSky profile image96
    SylviaSkyposted 5 years ago

    Ask them what they thought you meant. Ask them what in the writing made them think that. Have them be very specific. Go and revise those parts of the work because now you know what confuses people.

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    VeronicaInspiresposted 5 years ago

    Ooooh, yeah, it's always disappointing when your writing doesn't come across the way you intended.

    First, you need to be aware of your audience. You really need to try and know them as intimately as possible: their background, their culture, their experiences, their frame of reference and make sure that your writing matches.

    Then, you want to make sure that your writing is clear. You want to make sure that you've used the proper word choice, elaborated where you needed and that everything flows and makes sense.

    And like Sylvia pointed out, it doesn't hurt to ask for feedback from the very ones you want to read it!

 
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