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13 Steps to Write Better Web Content [Infographic]

by David K. William | The Web Writer Spotlight: May 27, 2013

The modern world of business and marketing online requires that you write compelling content on a website that not only hooks target readers, but also coaxes them into action. You want your readers to respond to your website content—whether it is purchasing a product or service, signing up for a newsletter, downloading an e-book or simply leaving a comment.

But, what does it take to write compelling website content? Are there any straightforward steps you can follow to ensure you write content that resonates with your readers? This fan infographic by Addictivity shows 13 basic steps to write better web content. I hope you find these steps (or checklists) helpful, and through their application write better content. Enjoy!

 

 

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