In my previous post where I asked if an SEO plugin is still deemed useful, some responded that it is, indeed, still a useful plugin to have. In connection to on-page SEO, I'd like to ask webmasters if you regard a content with a good readability score important. I know some would say that they're "okay" with their content for as long as it lacks grammar issues and is engaging or appealing to their target audience. Let's go technical a bit. When I offer my content writing services, I tell my prospects that one of the characteristics of an engaging content is something that passes the Flesch Reading Ease Scale, and that's what I want to deliver. SEO Yoast (a WordPress plugin), for one, measures the readability score of an article. Does that make any difference to you if your writer not only satisfies your keyword density requirement but also considers the readability score of your content? I'm asking this so I'd know if keeping this "readability score" thing-y in my cover letter has a significant value to webmasters like you or not. Please let me know your thoughts below. Thank you.