Do you enjoy reading articles with humor in them, even if they are about business?
When I read an article I am instantly drawn in if there is some humor involved. It is entertaining and therefore I want to read more. When articles are written in a more factual way I find myself losing interest and diverting from that page. What is your experience? And why do you feel that way?
I am totally with you on that! When there is a bit of humor I find it is not has heavy to read, and yes it keeps me on the page until the end. Whereas when it is very serious all the way and if additionally it includes a lot of technical terms than you will loose me too, I will switch page quickly. So I do prefer good articles with a bit of humor. BUT when there are too much humor I will also loose interest quickly and leave. A great balanced article is what I like.
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