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Ian Pritchard
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Ian has a particular passion for Search Engine Optimisation but still struggles to explain to...
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Compelling arguement here.  From a purely SEO point of view we always see better dwell rates and lower bounce rates when clients have good contrast between text and background.
Compelling Research for Using Larger Type Sizes on Websites

This article has a lot of data that shows larger type improves readability & comprehension. Case in point is a Nielson study that found, small font sizes and low-contrast are the #1 complaint for web users as it relates to reading online.

Ultimately the size you use is dependent on your target market but for the most part larger type will be a better choice. One study in the article is fixated on 16 px for body copy.

I find body copy with larger type easier to read and process so that's my personal preference.

#websitedesign   #CRO   #copywriting  

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The best I have heard in years.  Be taken away to another place.

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Thoughtful?  Me?  
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See now here's how Microsoft eff it up yet again!  Want them to store an 'encrypted' version of your home  WiFi password on THEIR servers?  Get Windows 10 with the default settings.  Want to share your WiFi password with your Outlook, Hotmail and Skype Contacts?  Install Windows 10 and leave the settings at default.

Un-flipping believable.  Check out this article if you want to use Win10 and keep the security in your control.

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Am I wrong to keep this from my home-schooled children?

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Is this the end of fake google accounts for SEO?

One by-product of the recent 'soft launch' change to the google login screen could be the end of multiple google accounts where the purpose of those accounts is to mislead google.  

As google hinted, "future authentication" methods make this a logical step, but will it also make it harder for no-hat SEO's to 'game' google?

TechCrunch have more to say here.......
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