Don't want to alienate your target audience by using language that is too dumbed down or too smart?

check this out http://www.criticsrant.com/bb/reading_level.aspx

it's fun! My blog reads at a High School level. What does that say about me? Like OMG! LOL :)

Heather

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I've done this on my blog before and I was shocked at what I got....and when I just checked again, it was the same. *blush*
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I don't believe it for a minute!!I guessed Preschool&this is what I got.Must be random....lol:)

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Considering I write about children's craft, this isn't bad.... Is it???
I got college level too!

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I really don't know what this means. dooce.com is elementary school.
The Mom Bloggers Club is

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:-)
I think I need to write more serious posts and use bigger words.

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Not too bad....

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I wanna a recount. I say a few choice words..but I guess so do some young kids:)
I'm shocked! I was expecting Elementary School or lower.

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