Judgement eeeeeh difficult request. Dunno about 3 but I can share 1 strategy that helped me: how the data is presented. I always tried to arrange them in a way to fit the preference of the teacher (whatever much I knew, that is).
Some professors like the literature review broken in sections based on each article/journal used for the review, followed by a general summary/inference. Some others preferred it arranged in sections based on key takeaways (all the relevant findings grouped together rather than scattered across sources).
But one thing that always worked is clearly showing what sort of gap there is in the available literature. Like, the existing sources give us abc information but we can't know whether xyz exist or not. That can be connected with what this new thesis aims to contribute.
By the way, are you doing bachelors or masters? This is all undergrad level tricks and masters might require tricks I know not 😅