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March 1, 2017
Online, constant problem solving (to click or not to click?) and divided attention (you’ve got mail!) lead to cognitive overload. (One researcher even found that reading on the screen temporarily lowers your IQ more than smoking weed!)
“Try reading a book while doing a crossword puzzle,” writes Nicholas G. Carr, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains. “That’s the intellectual environment of the Internet.”
So, in this environment, how do we reach readers online?
At Get Clicked, Read, Liked and Shared — a two-day online-writing Master Class on July 27-28 in Portland — you'll learn techniques for overcoming the obstacles of reading on the screen to get the word out on the web, in social media and via content marketing.
Would you like to hold an in-house Get Clicked, Read, Shared & Liked workshop? Contact Ann directly.