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How to get someone to actually read the text on your webpage

You spend a lot of time (and maybe money) carefully crafting the words on your website… way too much time for people to not read it ?

But if you don’t make your text stand out, someone’s likely to just gloss over it and move on to the next thing. You can have the best copy in the world, but no one will care if the design isn’t compelling.

Read on for 1 key way to get someone to read your webpage.

Identify where you have huge chunks of text

If you’ve got a ton of text on your webpage, it’s probably not going to get read… no matter how cute, clever, or well-converting you think it is.

Start by identifying where on your website you have large chunks of text that can’t be easily skimmed.

Add headings

Add headings to every new section of text. By giving someone a preview of what each new chunk of text is about, they’ll be able to easily scan it — which makes them much more likely to read it.

?Pro tip: Make each heading short and enticing instead of giving away the farm. If the heading always summarizes what the text is about, the reader loses the curiosity to keep reading on.

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Why? Because good design is the difference between your ideal person scrolling past your post or actually taking action.

I used to work the 9-5 grind in the corporate world – like I was “supposed to” – until I blew it all up to do it my own way.

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