Apr 15 2009

Don’t write for yourself, write for your audience!

Writing for the web requires a certain discipline. Also, the way you put up your content can’t be compared to the way you write for other media, such as newspapers, or any other form of more “traditional” communication. But most of all, what you write on the web should talk to your audience, not to yourself. Our friends at WebDesignerDepot have written an excellent article over the subject, explaining the “ugly”, the “bad” and the “good” of a efficient copywriting, and how it can impact the effectiveness and the core value of your websites. Read on!

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