3 Ways To Write Useful Subheadings That Will Draw Your Readers In Like It’s The NY Times

woman reading newspaper

woman reading newspaper

Web usability doesn’t sound very sexy.

And writing web content for your readers isn’t always easy. One of our biggest challenges is to write content that is read and understood by web visitors.

I recently wrote a post about how to organise your web content to accommodate different online reading patterns. The key is for people to quickly digest the information you share with them and for your readers to read your content with ease.

One way to do that is to break up your text with subheadings. Well-written subheadings in well-organised text help readers to get a quick overview of the page and make the information less dense and more readable.

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