An essay hook is the first one or two sentences of your essay. It serves as an introduction and works to grab the reader’s attention. The first couple sentences will help your reader decide whether they want to continue reading your essay or not.
We start by designing the hooks to the customer's specifications, in two or three dimensions and in wire diameters from 0.06" to 0.625" thick. After customer approval of our CAD drawings, we can make the hooks in plain, galvanized or stainless steel. We can also coat the hooks with powder coat, urethane, polyester, polyolefin, plastic coat, kynar, halar, nylon or teflon.
The use of hooks in writing goes far beyond just essays and college papers. Every writer, copywriter, screenwriter, and storyteller uses this device to draw in readers and keep them hooked. For example, world-famous ad executive, , relied on a list of 29 “magic words” that he used in titles in order to hook a client’s attention.
College essay hooks can be difficult to generate, especially when you are still working on clarifying what your essay is going to say. So, the very first step in writing a strong essay hook is to do some planning.