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The Handbook of Work Analysis

The Handbook of Work Analysis | Writing for the Web | Scoop.it
This new handbook, with contributions from experts around the world, is the most comprehensive treatise on work design and job analysis practice and research in over 20 years.
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Questions to ask when writing for the web

Questions to ask when writing for the web | Writing for the Web | Scoop.it
If you can write a decent document you may think writing for the web will be easy. However, the web requires a focus rarely needed elsewhere.
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Clarity and Readability Checklist for Content Creators | Meet Content

Clarity and Readability Checklist for Content Creators | Meet Content | Writing for the Web | Scoop.it
Is your web content user-friendly? Do readers understand what you're saying? Our clarity and readability checklist will get you on the right track.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Messaging Development » The @GatherContent Blog

A Beginner’s Guide to Messaging Development » The @GatherContent Blog | Writing for the Web | Scoop.it
The easier way to collect and structure content for your web projects.

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Joseph Phillips's curator insight, September 11, 2013 9:25 AM

"Albert Einstein once said 'if you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough'...But when it comes to talking about our businesses, that’s easier said than done."

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Using Mentoring To Boost Employee Performance

Using Mentoring To Boost Employee Performance | Writing for the Web | Scoop.it
Mentoring is a supportive form of employee training that many experts believe should be independent from other training activities. (Can mentoring help boost your employees' performance?
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Writing for the Web

Results from several research projects and eyetracking studies about how users read on the Web and how authors should write their websites.


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13 Mistakes to Avoid When Writing for the Web

13 Mistakes to Avoid When Writing for the Web | Writing for the Web | Scoop.it
When writing for the web, there is a considerable amount of thought and structure that will need to go into each of your writing projects. Because of this, sometimes simple key technical and SEO factors of your posts can get overlooked.

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Sarah Miller's curator insight, March 11, 2013 11:18 AM

I found this article to be very interesting! It was neat to see that different types of mistakes that people everyday commonly make when writing on the web. I am guilty of making some of these mistakes so I definitely learned something new! It was crazy to see the common mistakes that don't really seem like mistakes to you but when you really look into it they are mistakes that should try to be avoided. Really enjoyed this article. 

Cody Davis's curator insight, March 12, 2013 1:23 AM

this small but yet great article is very great for a reader to look over because it gives great insight on 13 mistakes to avoid when wtiting for the web. if you fallow these steps and make sure you dont to them you will be very successful. Just some of the mistakes are not getting to the point quickly, incorrect formatting, lack of information sources and having a bad title.

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Be Succinct! (Writing for the Web)

Reading from screens is 25% slower than from paper and we know that Web users skim rather than read. Web text should be short, emphasize scannability, and be structured into multiple hyperlinked pages (each focused on a subtopic).
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12 Tips For Hiring And Training Writers - Forbes

12 Tips For Hiring And Training Writers - Forbes | Writing for the Web | Scoop.it
12 Tips For Hiring And Training Writers
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Make sure your writer has a competent editor/mentor, someone who reviews all work for accuracy and stylistic and technical quality. More than one person may be needed to accomplish this, which is OK.
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13 Rules For Using Commas Without Looking Like An Idiot

13 Rules For Using Commas Without Looking Like An Idiot | Writing for the Web | Scoop.it
Even the slickest grammarian struggles with proper comma use, so we compiled a list of the places in a sentence you'll need one.
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Website Reading: It (Sometimes) Does Happen

Website Reading: It (Sometimes) Does Happen | Writing for the Web | Scoop.it
When web content helps users focus on sections of interest, users switch from scanning to actually reading the copy.
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Writing for the Web to Keep Your Audience Engaged | Social Media Today

Writing for the Web to Keep Your Audience Engaged | Social Media Today | Writing for the Web | Scoop.it
Writing for the web Writing for the web is tough. Your audience is distracted and you need to make your story stand out.  Here are 10 web writing guidelines that keep your audience engaged.
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Cody Davis's curator insight, March 12, 2013 1:33 AM

This insight is a great one because it contains some great links to futher you reading on writing for the web you it keeps you interested by have short yet very great points on this topic. some of the points are keep it short, break it up with visual pictures and link your content. 

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The How To's Of Writing Content For Your Blog vs. Social Media vs. The Web (Infographic)

The How To's Of Writing Content For Your Blog vs. Social Media vs. The Web (Infographic) | Writing for the Web | Scoop.it
Small businesses must vary their style of writing and content across their website, social media and blogs; this infographic gives guidelines to internet copywriting.

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16 Performance Support Tips, Strategies, and Tactics by Jennifer Neibert : Learning Solutions Magazine

16 Performance Support Tips, Strategies, and Tactics by Jennifer Neibert : Learning Solutions Magazine | Writing for the Web | Scoop.it
16 Performance Support Tips, Strategies, and Tactics by Jennifer Neibert : Learning Solutions Magazine http://t.co/r2MVRbBJ5b
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