A good landing is performed by leading your aircraft at the right airspeed, at the right rate of descent and by being the most possible aligned on the runway centreline.
A few feet above ground, we will put throttle on idle and raise slightly our nose until we land.
For safety reasons, you may need to interrupt your approach or your landing.
To go-around, proceed exactly as if you were taking off.
Contrarily to the popular belief, a kiss landing is not a perfect landing.
Kiss landings on medium and heavy aircrafts is a precursor to runway overrun.
When you are approaching the ground, if you decide to land, it will be time to flare in order to hit the runway softly for you, your passengers and your aircraft.
If for some reason you are in no position for landing, or you did not receive a landing clearance or something obstruct the runway, you must perform a go-around.
Remember that you need to simply raise the nose of the aircraft by a couple of degrees.
To maintain runway centreline, such as for take-off, look at the end of the runway.