Make Your Blog Reader-Friendly

Make Your Blog Reader-Friendly

[Editor's Note: How do you know if your blog is "reader-friendly?" The More I Run has put together a short list of five things to check about your blog to make sure that you're helping readers to get to your content and enjoy it. Simple steps such as resizing your images before you upload them and making sure your post lengths are reasonable will help you to blog better. --Mel]

As many blogs that I follow on a regular basis, I’ve seen my fair share of both good and bad blogs. And because my own blog is so important to me, I want to make it as reader friendly as possible.

Here are my thoughts on making your blog the best it can be!

Any other advice you'd add to her list?

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