Latest 7 Speed Reading Blog Explains How Reading Techniques Have Changed Over Time, eReflect Promotes

For centuries, books were the only reading medium people knew. Today, people use touch screens and LCD monitors to read, as well as traditional print books - the science of reading is rapidly evolving and as the amount of content created increases, so should people’s reading speed, eReflect reports.

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Given the continuous development and distribution of new content, those who have mastered speed reading techniques are a step ahead of those who read at an average pace.

New York City, NY (PRWEB) August 11, 2014

The Internet is fast becoming the number one choice for entertainment, news and communication. People today talk with greater speed and ease through social media networks, and many people favor e-readers over hardcover books. eReflect shares some insights as to how people’s reading skills are adjusting to the new reality of ever-growing digital content.

55% of Americans own a smartphone today, according to a Pew Research Center study. This means that one in two Americans has easy access to online content of all sorts: blogs, articles, ebooks, nonfiction books, and reports. Owning Internet-enabled devices lets people access an ever-increasing volume of information and knowledge. Unfortunately, this volume is so immense that in order to keep up, people need to actually concentrate on improving their reading skills first.

Given the continuous development and distribution of new content, those who have mastered speed reading techniques are a step ahead of those who read at an average pace. People who know how to eliminate their subvocalizing habit (to refrain from reading with their mouth instead of their minds and eyes) cannot get through the same amount of text as quickly as those who are not subvocalizing any longer.

The printed book has a long history, notes eReflect, and publishing houses won't go out of business any time soon. Print media have die-hard fans who won't trade the intimacy and sensory experience that comes from reading a hardcover book. However, given that the rise of high-tech devices is not going to subside any time soon either, many people are seeking ways to improve their reading speed and comprehension so as to cope with the non-stop growth of data and information, both online and offline. 7 Speed Reading™ is one of the best speed reading software products on the market, and one that helps people correct their bad reading habits while showing them how to boost their reading speed and comprehension.

The time when people will be reading and writing exclusively with touch screens might not be as far as people initially thought, and eReflect encourages everyone to do their best to gain the skills they need for the digital future of reading.

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