A writer always knows what he or wants to convey to the audience. Although, the task of writing easy content and clear content has never been easy or clear. In fact, it is one of the most difficult tasks to accomplish.
Easy content can be easy to find but not reliable always. Whereas a clear content can be clean only if, the writer is clear and precise as to what he or she wants to convey through writing.
The understanding of a content depends upon the thoughts and ideas of a writer as well as his or her writing skills. The confusion a writer faces sometimes between the two is because of the thought process a writer has as an individual.
Our thoughts reflects on our actions. A writer who gets confused between the two things, somewhere wants to make things done the easy way. And in all this confusion, he or she loses the focus.
If the writer is unclear with his/her thoughts and words then their writing is an accessibility barrier to the readers. So, a writer should have the abilities to pen down his ideas in a way that it conveys the same message as they want to.
Easy content or clear content both has its own pros and cons. It depends upon the writer how he or she shows their readers about their thinking. For a writer, it is necessary to be clear while writing down their views and opinions.
Also, to not have any doubts, a writer should prefer to have a clear content than an easy content. Of course, the accessibility to the content matter but what is the important thing for a writer is to have a transparent view while writing.
There are some instructions or guidelines that a writer should follow while writing :
- Organize your ideas into a logical outline—before and during the writing process.
- Tell the readers what you’re going to tell them; tell them; then tell them what you told them. In other words, introduction, body content, and conclusion.
- Be clear and precise in your views.
Whether a content is easy or clear, a writer should always go with CLEAR. There should be no dilemma for choosing between the two. It is only fair that a writer writes what his or her audience wants to read. Also, it’s for the satisfaction of a writer that he or she attains when the readers read their writings and get a clear picture about what the writer is trying to tell or portray.
A writer does not born as a great writer. He or she makes several mistakes in making their fate and reaching their destinations. Although, a writer who has clear thoughts can enhance or develop his or her skills and become a great personality. Whereas, a writer who looks for the easy ways can never grow as an individual.
“You don’t start out writing good stuff. You start out writing crap and thinking it’s good stuff, and then gradually you get better at it.
That’s why I say one of the most valuable traits is persistence.”
― Octavia E. Butler