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Sohel Chowdhury
Jul 13, 2022
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You have spent a lot of time writing this blog post. Your visitors had better read everything. But here's the phone number list cold, hard fact: They probably won't. Is there a method that will help readers stay engaged for the whole article? Is it even worth aiming for longer dwell time and full scrolls? The bad news The phone number list internet is full of information that conspires against you. Basically, people don't read entire articles. Take this article on Slate by Farhad Manjoo. Apparently 16,000 people shared it, but how many read it to the phone number list end? True to Adrianne Jeffries' prediction, the article garnered several thousand shares. How many people read the article? Meh. Probably not a lot. The statistics in these articles are not very inspiring. See the phone number list chart below. You can see some poor people will even see the whole article. That may leave your best friend and mom scrolling to the end. But what about all those tweet numbers, Google perks, and Buffer shares? Don't get too excited. Chartbeat research demonstrates that there is “little correlation between Twitter activity and post completion.” The phone number list Verge report had a similarly depressing scientific analysis of stocks versus readings. Jakob Nielsen, the phone number list venerable godfather of internet search, told us in 2008 that most users read about 20% of the words on a page. In today's world of 1500 word content marketing (like this), I'm surprised people get this far. Sorry to deceive you. When you look at the data, you might feel like all the time and money you spend creating blog content is a glorious waste. The good news As a writer, however, I have skilfully withheld some important information up to this critical point. Statistically speaking, this is the phone number list golden point of the article where I lost all disengaged readers and only speak to a coterie of engaged learners. Thanks for hanging in there.) Even if your articles are frequented and shared by hypocrites, quitters and cheaters, a chosen few will read the whole thing. These are your engaged users. They are the phone number list only ones that really matter. This thermometer measures the phone number list readership of Slate articles and its statistics are quite good. Your mileage may vary. The red dot in the middle represents the people who really like you - the people who are intensely engaged with the article. You talk to them. Interested people will read your article. The phone number list whole thing. Even if (to quote Jay Baer), “your blog post is too long.”
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