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Wolf DeVoon

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Very cool.

As an initial point, your blurb needs to be in paragraphs. People skim-read online more than they do in books and, in general, they simply don't read large paragraphs. They move on and after they have left a webpage without reading, very few come back.

I would give one paragraph per testimonial and, as a personal like of mine for blurb writing (not obligatory, though), put the quote part of the testimonials in italics, but not the names. The eye of the reader automatically goes to the gushes and this helps the bandwagon effect kick in.


"Very cool." (MSK)

"Really really very very cool." (Imaginary Someone)

And so on.


Good luck on this one. I'm rooting...


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