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What’s the Reading Age for Your Blog and Does that Matter?

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Business coach and digital entrepreneur, Des has been actively engaged for over 20 years in promoting the business opportunities of the digital economy. He is a certified specialist in social media strategy and affiliate marketing. Des is a global partner with the forex education and trading company, CashFx Group, where he focuses on creating futureproof financial freedom, and supporting others who desire to do the same for themselves and their families.

4 thoughts on “What’s the Reading Age for Your Blog and Does that Matter?”

  1. As a reader, I care less about the vocabulary level than I do the grammar and punctuation. Not that I’m a grammar expert, but it’s jarring to be sailing through an article only to discover it’s not been proofread or edited. It makes me wonder if the author really cares about the topic.

  2. The aim of great communications is to have an idea understood and that means expressing thoughts clearly. The reading age of The Times in London (and other great newspapers) is also 12.

  3. I’m with you on that, Susan. Both in not being a grammar expert, although I tend to know what’s appropriate usage, and in being irritated when the indications are that people either don’t know or just don’t care.

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