Writing should be easily discernible when reading.
Clearly written articles and blogs do make a world of difference, but it is how you convey your message that brings about success in your writing. For writers just wanting to educate readers on the process of achieving something, they too must write just as clearly. The key here is to be effective in delivering your message without any confusion. Clarity is key when writing for an audience, especially if you intend to influence your reader in any way. Sentences do not necessarily have to be short to be understood, but a lengthy sentence must have the correct usage of punctuation and stay on message. The last thing a writer wants to do is lose their reader when the writing seems to build on something.
Why Your Writing Should be Simplified?
It’s this falling off the cliff mentality that brings to mind why writing should be simplistic for your readers. Using punctuation marks correctly, avoiding run-on sentences that never seem to end, and comma splices that make no sense in the world can hurt your writing. When we write something, and stay on point, and use punctuation marks sensibly, our writing becomes easily decipherable. There is no need to write in complex ways, where you will eventually lose your reader. Keep it simple, interesting, informative, and most of all easy to read.