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The tech behind Axios HQ Conclusion Generator

Synthesize a conclusion that’s short — but not shallow. This tool uses advanced natural language processing and machine learning to analyze the text you provide, understand its context and key points, and provide a thoughtful and impactful conclusion. 

It will structure your text using Axios HQ’s Smart Brevity communication style, proven to make information clearer and more engaging for readers. 

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How does Axios HQ’s Conclusion Generator work?

The Axios HQ Conclusion Generator uses Smart Brevity principles to create clear, engaging conclusions. Type or paste your text in the input field above, and our AI-powered tool will analyze the content, extract the key insights, and generate a memorable ending to your update.

What is the Smart Brevity methodology?

Smart Brevity is a methodology — built on brain science and eye-tracking studies — that’s proven to make communication clearer and more memorable.

— The Axios newsroom invented it.

— The world’s busiest readers embraced it.

— Then Axios HQ productized it.

We studied 1M+ examples of Smart Brevity updates, developed technology that can execute it just like a journalist, and made that the DNA of Axios HQ so any communicator can access it. 

Now, we’re building online tools like this one so folks can see how Smart Brevity might improve communication in all sorts of contexts — from a simple sentence, to a full article, and beyond. 

What makes for a good conclusion?

A good conclusion completes your communication in a clear and organized way, leaving the reader with a strong understanding of what you've covered and any key, closing thoughts you may want to reinforce. 

The conclusion must:

— Summarize the key points: Quickly underscore the key themes you've covered. 

— Be concise: Use one to two useful paragraphs, at most. Your goal is to be short, but not shallow.

— Leave a lasting impression: Stay strong and authoritative in what you're telling your readers.

— Provide a call to action, if relevant: Tell your readers the next step. What should they do after reading your update?

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