WEB

Writing for the Web

Strapped firmly on the Internet roller coaster, web consultant and writer Christina Sng ponders the general failure of online content and finds that writing for the web is a vastly different animal altogether

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  1. Second, people expect quick-loading and concise information from the Internet (and free, of course). Keep the lengthy articles to downloadable PDFs or other document files for interested parties to print out and read at their own leisure.
  2. Third, monitor glare reduces the time your user will sit and read your content. Therefore, you have less time to bring your points across.
  3. Finally, there is the time factor. To read another article (or sometimes the same article), you have to click onto another page and wait for it to load. For the approximately 80% of people in the world still on dial-up, it means precious personal and bandwidth time is wasted.
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Poet, artist, essayist, animal activist, mama | Author of Bram Stoker Award winner A Collection of Nightmares | christinasng.com

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