Do you want to make your website more readable? The simplest way to accomplish this is to include a readability score analysis in WordPress. It enables you to use industry-standard tools to assess the readability of your posts and pages. This article will demonstrate how to add and improve the readability score in WordPress posts.

Adding Readability Score Analysis to WordPress Posts

There are numerous WordPress plugins available for incorporating readability scores into WordPress posts.

If you already use the AIOSEO plugin, you’re in luck. AIOSEO includes a content analysis tool by default. This tool evaluates the readability of your content and makes recommendations.

While writing your new post, scroll down to the AIOSEO metabox as well as look for the content analysis below the focus keyword.

AIOSEO also has a plethora of other features to assist you in improving your readability score and increasing your WordPress SEO so you can get more traffic.

Our full AIOSEO review goes over all of its features in greater depth.

Some of you may not be familiar with AIOSEO, or you may prefer to see multiple readability scores. You can use a tool like Readable to run a separate readability analysis section for your posts.

Simply select the “Test By Direct Input” option and paste the text of your blog post into the readability test tool.

Readability analysis with Fog, Kincaid, and Flesch reading scores This writing analysis metabox will display your content’s readability score using Fog, Kincaid, Flesch, and other readability tests. You’ll also get statistics on the number of sentences, paragraphs, and other elements.

Understand Readability Analysis Scores

Readability tests typically take into account the number of sentences per paragraph, the number of words used in a paragraph, and the total number of syllables.

As their score, the Fog and Kincaid reading scores show the number of years of education required to read the passage. This means that the higher the score, the more difficult it is to read your content.

Flesch reading analysis scores range from 0 to 100, with 0 being the most difficult to read.

Tips for Improving the Readability of Your Website

Readability analysis tools are indeed an effective way to enhance your content. However, there is a lot more you can do to improve the readability of your site.

The first thing you should realise is that users do not always read the entire article. They sift through the data to find the interesting bits.

Short sentences and fewer sentences per paragraph make your content easier to scan.

Consider replacing difficult words with words that are more commonly used and easier to understand. Difficult vocabulary makes scanning your pages more difficult.

Typography is extremely important in improving readability. If your text is too small and difficult to read, it will obviously have an impact on the user experience on your site. Even if you have well-written content, it will be difficult to read.

If you’re using Google Fonts on your website, use only one or two fonts on each page.

Try to ensure your pages get plenty of white space. If your content blocks are too close together, try padding between them. You can accomplish this by incorporating CSS into your theme’s stylesheet. If you are unfamiliar with CSS, you can use the CSS Hero plugin.

We hope that this article has assisted you in adding and improving the readability score for your WordPress posts.

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