8 tips that can help to write a healthy product description

Epic Product Description Tips to Increase Your Sales

When you are selling the product online, you have to convey the message uniquely. That means you have to come up with new and different ideas that could attract visitors.

When a customer visits your online shop, the first thing he sees about the product is its description. That’s the main element by which customers will get attracted.

While purchasing the product at a shopping mall, your consumers can check item quality. But there is no option for the visitors to get this ease in online selling. So how could you convince them at the online marketplace?

It is your product description that would keep your customers engaged and thinking about your product. That means you have to add such lines in the content that could make them feel the product as they are touching it.

This is a proper technique that you can apply and make the description attractive

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‘Pushpa’ Hindi version to get postponed?

Allu Arjun’s next film “Pushpa” which is set to release in Five languages is facing some trouble for Hindi release. The songs released have become stupendous hits already, while the craze around the movie also got doubled with just one word, Taggedhele.

Here comes an interesting twist regarding the Hindi version. Though Allu Arjun is trying to set a deal between the producers of the film Mythri Movie Makers and the person who owned dubbing rights for Bollywood, it looks like things are not getting sorted out any sooner.

And with not less than two months left for the release date, the makers are said to have come to an opinion that they cannot get into promotions mode in Bollywood as the film’s first copy is yet to get ready.

Taking all these things into consideration, “Pushpa” may not get a Hindi release along with the Telugu version now. While

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Google Fined $3.8 Million in Settlement Over Alleged Hiring and Pay Discrimination

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After a drawn-out battle, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs has finally settled with Google, which will now pay out or set aside $3.8 million to remedy allegations it discriminated against over 5,000 woman and Asian engineers. Over $2.5 million of that will go directly to the workers. It’s a nice headline, but it’ll take at least a few more zeros for Google to feel enough pain to change its ways.

In the settlement, the DoL says that it found that Google paid woman software engineers less than their male counterparts, and that Google was less likely to hire women and Asian candidates. Speaking about the case back in 2017, DoL regional solicitor Janet Herold told the Guardian that the agency had found evidence that Google’s discrimination against women was “quite extreme,” even for the tech

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Comcast Improves Low-Cost Internet After Student Pressure

In a victory for student activists pushing to close the digital divide, Comcast announced today that it will be increasing speeds for its low-cost Internet Essentials plan, which some families have said wasn’t fast enough for online learning.

Since the pandemic forced schools online last spring, students have been arguing that the speeds Comcast offered at a discount to low-income households — 25 Megabits per second (Mbps) download and 3 Mbps upload — weren’t sufficient for remote classes, especially in homes with multiple people using the internet at the same time. Comcast said it will increase those speeds to 50 Mbps and 5 Mbps, respectively.

While Comcast’s increase did not fully meet the students’ demands, the teenagers were nonetheless in a celebratory mood at a press conference held outside Baltimore City Hall on Tuesday afternoon.

“This news is very exciting for all of us,” said Aliyah Abid, one of the

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