www.2bleede-1weg.weebly.com by Stepan and Anne: If you have something interesting to say, and you want your site visitors to read your text, you should write in short paragraphs and use a heading for each paragraph.
www.wix.com/werahiko/hairdresser by RusselHairCo: This price list is not very reading friendly. They could have used a table to make the price list more scannable.
www.juhahaanpera.com by Juha Matti Kristian Haanperä: This website uses a question for the heading and it’s written in short paragraphs. Only the links are not pointed out that well. “Fillari lehti” seems to be a headline, not a link. Make it instantly clear what’s clickable by using a different colour for the link text. Unvisited links are usually blue and visited links are purple.
www.thecopyshop.dk by The Copy Shop: This seems to be text, but in effect it’s an image. This is something you should never do. Text in an image isn’t visible for search engines and a blind person has no chance to know what‘s written on the image.
www.chezdyna.com by Chez Dyna: This website has some hidden white text at the end of the page. They wanted to make the text invisible for customers, but visible for search engines. Avoid this trick. Google doesn’t like it and customers will see the hidden text even if it’s white on a beige background.