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

    … post. Social posts seem to reach more when you tag a location to them. We all know photo posts get more engagement (both on Facebook and Twitter). But aim for the best-quality photos when you share them. Also, ask people to retweet or share explicitly. This follows the CTA rule. Found a resource that was helpful? Or someone helped you in your…

    Marketing Technology Blogin Social- 16 readers -
  • The 10 Questions To Ask To Stay Happy

    … I’m often asked the very same question I asked my first coach when I was struggling on what to do with my life. “How do I stay happy, or at least get more connected to what makes me happy?” It’s a simple question but we rapidly lose sight of the answer when reality gets in the way of our dreams. At the time I was asking, I was looking for more…

    Famous Bloggers- 18 readers -
  • Concours d’infographie : sensibilisons le public et mettons fin à l’impunité

    … honorable pourront avoir la possibilité de travailler directement avec l’UNESCO sur des projets rémunérés dans le futur. Envoyez vos propositions à avant le lundi 13 octobre minuit (UTC-7, heure avancée du Pacifique). Les propositions doivent mettre en avant les données réunies par l’UNESCO concernant les meurtres de professionnels des… 5 readers -
  • Teach Before You Sell with Educational Lead Generation Offers

    … to the author Robert Cialdini (who literally wrote the book on Influence, creatively called Influence) there are 6 laws of influence and one is the law of reciprocity. The law of reciprocity states that when a person or company provides something of value, the other side will want to return the favor. For AdWords advertisers that means that because you…

    WordStreamin Paid Search Twitter- 6 readers -
  • A Small Business’s Guide to Digital Marketing

    … strategies if your small business is already doing fine. You might want to wonder about a few other things, though, if you’re really going down that line of thought. What happens when you get more competition? What about when you need a new (or larger) consumer base, one that relies primarily on digital tech to get word of the latest products? You can’t…

    Dennis Seymour/ LeapFroggrin SEO Google Facebook Twitter- 12 readers -
  • The Playbook for B2B Online Marketing

    … This is a fantastic infographic on the strategies deployed by just about every successful business-to-business online strategy. As we work with our customers, this is fairly close to the overall look and feel of our engagements. Simply doing B2B online marketing is not going to maximize success and your website isn’t going to just magically…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin EMail Content- 18 readers -
  • A.1. Proves That Clever Posts Work On Facebook

    … unexpected observations and (again) note that they don't actually ask for answers, using a rhetorical structure that doesn't require a response (but encourages sharing). And this all kicked off thanks to its clever video creatively mocking how we all misuse Facebook's relationship status. We think it will remind you of some situations you've witnessed…

    AllFacebookin Social- 9 readers -
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