One thing about a blogpost is, it can be too long for readers to keep interested in reading the article.
I understand that there are things that need to be explained as detailed as possible, and that would resulting a 500-words or more article. Yet, the golden key is to write an article that ranges between 400-600 words; most readers will stick to it from start to finish and most writers can communicate a focused message with supporting details.
But, what if you have to write longer?
One solution for this issue is to do the right way to manage long content, and WordPress users can accomplish this by using the WordPress “Next Page” tag to break long content into sections that are more easily consumed.
Please notice, that this is different than WordPress “More” tag that you can use to shorten the display of your articles list on your homepage.
Please experience it yourself, as you reading this, you will notice that below this line is an index page of sub-sections of this article.
If you give ‘yes’ to all the questions above, then you probably suitable to read the rest of this post.
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