You want to be remembered by the people to whom you offer it.
A poster presentation combines text and graphics to present your project in a way that is visually interesting and accessible.
Ask yourself: what made the evaluator gain a positive impression of a given proposal?
Your abstract is like a business card or ‘elevator pitch’.
The point of a poster is not to list every detail of your project.
Rather, it should explain the value of your research project.
Or browse the numerous abstracts that are online from previous conferences.
Look for abstracts of young researchers, who are still at very early stages of their career.
In answering these four questions in a succinct manner, the usual 200 to 300 words of an abstract are quickly used up. A good abstract is not written in just a few minutes.
Even experienced researchers prefer to go over it several times.