I recently interviewed EzineArticles expert author and Clinical Psychologist Dr. Pauline Wallin for a new $27 short course (MP3 and PDF) called “The 7 Biggest Mistakes That Professionals Make When Writing For The Web.” It’ll be out in less than a week and uncovers some of the critical science behind getting a higher return from your article writing & marketing efforts.
In the process of the interview, Dr. Wallin said:
“Dense writing – no matter how important or compelling, does not get read.”
Let’s think about that for a moment…
How can you make your articles more fun to read and with less eye strain for your reader?
My advice: Keep the word count under 1000 words, keep your paragraphs less than 7 sentences long and keep your sentences less than 25 words long.
What’s your best advice about how to reduce the eye strain for those who read your articles?