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From: Hal Shubin <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2007 13:03:44 -0400
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You're designing a Web page, and there's a list of articles, each 
with the first sentence of the article as a tease. That sentence ends 
with a link to get to the full article. What should that link text be?

I recall reading that "Learn more" isn't good, because people don't 
always want to be taught something. (I tried a search on that, but 
"learn" is a common word and I didn't have luck.)

Anyone have any advice, data or good guesses?

thanks				-- hs

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