Looking for some web typography hints?

If you're a typography buff, please forgive the appalling pun — but that kind of serendipity cannot be ignored.

It's always nice to wake up to a complimentary email, especially after several days of what may well have been the initial stages of mono (glandular fever to you Brits). So this succinct comment from a happy customer was most welcome this morning:

Your site rocks. I was looking for some web typography hints and found exactly what I was looking for. Totally, completely, undoubtedly worth the $19.

The "hints" in question come in a special report I prepared for people who either have to manage their own web design…or who have it managed by a web designer whom they suspect doesn't know as much about making things sell as he does about making them pretty.

The report is called "8 Simple Font Fixes that Improve Readership & Lift Conversion Rates". You can grab a copy here:


Talk again soon,

PS. Each of the fixes is based on scientific research and testing, so you can be confident about implementing them on your own site. And although not all of them might apply to you, in the majority of cases the majority of them will.


D Bnonn Tennant
‘The Information Highwayman’

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