October 22, 2012

3 Ways To Display Post Reading Times in WordPress

Not every reader of yours is going to be patient with long articles. Some people just do not have time to read a few thousands of words in one try. By showing the estimated reading time for your posts, you help your visitors figure out whether they should read your posts right away or save…

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