Questions

A question may be either a linguistic expression used to make a request for information, or else the request itself made by such an expression. This information may be provided with an answer. Questions are normally put forward or asked using interrogative sentences. However they can also be formed by imperative sentences, which normally express commands: "Tell me what two plus two is"; conversely, some expressions, such as "Would you pass the salt?", have the grammatical form of questions but actually function as requests for action, not for answers, making them allofunctional.
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  • 5 Tips on Writing Marketing Content that Drives Business Value

    …. In the end, if a campaign gets enough people to convert to paying customers, it works. End of story. Tip #4: Ask Questions People these days expect to be included in the conversation. When a brand markets to them by telling them what to do, they may react with annoyance. Rather than taking on a voice of authority, try speaking to potential customers…

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  • 33 Ways You Can Increase Social Media Engagement with Your Brand

    … are running out on a product – fear-of-missing-out will help you get more clicks on your posts. When you tweet or reply to a post, use animated GIFs. GIFs are inherently funny and get people to like/comment on them (more engagement). Ask for feedback (on some product you’re working on) and ideas (for new products that people want). It’s surprising…

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