Have you ever received a document, perhaps of a legal or financial matter, and found yourself struggling to understand exactly what it is saying? If so, then chances are, you either asked someone to give you a simpler explanation, set it aside to be dealt with later, or worse, signed it without truly knowing what you agreed to. This is because readability is a ‘must have’ element in communication.
Your website content should be easy to read and understand by visitors. Wikipedia defines ‘readability’ as “the ease at which a reader can understand written text”. So, does readability matter? In short, yes.
Content is king. Nothing new about that, is there? Also not new, is that many of us do not have the time to create new content. So, we farm it out within the office, hire a copywriter or perhaps, do nothing at all. But, what if there were another alternative to Web content? Enter curation via Scoop.it.
By Marc Roger’s, one of the founders of Scoop.it, definition, curation on the Web is defined as selecting, editing and then sharing existing material. These shared ideas are often what spark inspiration. After all, there is no reason to recreate what has already been created. And should there be any concern about plagiarism or copyright issues, Scoop.it is careful to give credit where credit is due.
Not sure if article curation is for you? Ask yourself these questions.
Do I struggle to provide consistently fresh content for my followers? Am I frequently looking for ways to build my audience? Do I wish to establish myself as an authority on a topic? Am I looking for a new way to share my post?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then Scoop.it is just what you are looking for. It has everything you need for having great content for your website or blog. Plus, you can customize your Scoop.it account to suit what you need. So what are you waiting for? It’s time to get started on your Scoop.it account.