Is it important to proofread a website ?
Recent studies of well-known web user Mr Jakob Nielsen, the results
of which were published on the pages of the New York Times, showed that only 16%
of the users are fully read articles on the Internet, others are simply scan them.
Therefore it is very important to properly proofread and format the text.
Carefully chosen proofreader to do formatting create is important as it will help visitors of you website quickly
view and find the data he was interested.
Hold the attention of web readers easier by offering a short message.
You put forth the effort to win the attention of the user,
but it may not reach a conclusion containing the main information,
bogged down in endless text blocks.
If you ask a proofreader who trained to do editing and proofreading he will do it for you.
Some examples of this you can read below:
An unremarkable name easily allow your article to disappear in a sea of others, such as gray and boring titles, which is crammed with the issuance of search engines. Try to create a header, which is just a 'stretch out his hand and grab the reader by the collar'.
Make it short. Create interest. Turn on the main benefits and hint at the solution of the problems.
Try to include useful, valuable information in the article. Share your knowledge and experience. Your stories and real-world examples will satisfy the need of the reader for practical information, will cause the credibility of the article and positive emotions.
The article should be introduction and a short concise summary. Your readers don't want to get only the list of boring facts. They want to talk with you, reading representative introduction, practical tips to certain conclusions and a summary based on your experience. And if you will live up to their expectations, you will get the grateful audience, which always recommend you to their friends and colleagues.
So our proofreaders will help you to make it easy for you.
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