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Help with pages

Posts: 5
on 05/14/2015

So I am still trying to figure out wizzley, and I was wondering if you all could help me with a question I have with pages. So, should you do one article per page or is it better to combine like articles together on one page? Also, if you do that, how do you know what article your readers are commenting on?

With love, Alisha Lutz
Posts: 487
on 05/15/2015

We write an article per page, and it's usually around 700 words.

I Zazzle as Mira_2012
Posts: 21
on 05/15/2015

You definitely want to keep to only one topic/"article" per individual wizzley page. Not only does it make it easier to follow comments but it's less confusing to the reader.

Keep in mind that writing for the web isn't like writing a book or other print formats. Readers online tend to have, to be honest, short attention spans. They're looking for information on a particular topic and want to get to it fast.

You can do well, though, to write a number of individual articles on related topics and then link them together. That way if people are interested in learning more and like one article you've written, they may decide to click through and read more of what you have to say.

on 10/13/2015

Yeah, I am wondering about pages, too.

I'm trying to publish my first recipe, and it doesn't work. I'm not sure what is wanted. I have placed an image in every place that was asked, given instructions and ingredients, described the food, used the appropriate "recipe" module, and it still won't publish the thing.

I just came here yesterday and am now wondering how it can be difficult to publish something this simple.If I put too many pictures of the thing it will look too messy, and there just aren't any more words I can use to describe it.

I don't want to spend an inordinate amount of time figuring out what should be simple. TIA



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