Sunday, July 06, 2008

Are you smarter than a (fill in the blank)?

blog readability test


Oh, dear. I suppose I should dumb it down to increase my readership. Oh, no, readership: a three syllable word! Must. Stop. Doing. Crosswords. And watching Jeopardy...oh, that was a sentence fragment. Would you prefer a run-on?

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5 Comments:

Blogger mannequin said...

Well I don't know that insinuating that your readers need the content "dumb downed" is the solution.
Do you suppose?

7/06/2008 10:42 AM  
Blogger Daisy said...

I think the problem might be that I have so few readers because I use too many big words and run-on sentences.

7/06/2008 4:13 PM  
Blogger Lynn - the piggy bank painter said...

Hey, I love your blog. It's nice to read one that makes sense : ) Well, mostly. I have a hard time getting through the ones that use abbreviations (ooo, 5 syllables) and texting code. My mind can only spell words one way....the correct way : ) And it makes sense. I say don't change!

7/06/2008 6:46 PM  
Blogger ewe are here said...

Hmmmm, mine claims to be 'college, undergrad', but with all my crappy run-on sentences, and not even full sentences, over-use of ellipses, and sentences that start with 'anyway...', I have to admit, I'm really surprised. I would have thought third grade maybe....

See what I'm talking about? ;-)

7/07/2008 10:04 AM  
Anonymous All Rileyed Up said...

I ranked Elementary School level.

Feeling REAL good about myself right about now...

7/08/2008 8:49 PM  

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