As for the academic task, you can often hear about the limit of words. For example, your professor ordered you to write an essay for 3 pages.
Involuntarily you start to think how many it will turn out words.
Assignments often specify a research paper or essay length in terms of words, rather than pages - a paper of 750-1000 words or a paper of 1500-1750 words.
This way a student's paper will still meet their instructor's length expectations, regardless of varying font size, margin size, or use spacing elements.
Because we do Search Engine Optimization – we often have to talk about the differences between short and long-form content. We’re sharing a little bit of a visual indicator so you can be aware of how much needs to be written – whether you’re writing a search engine optimized article, or you’re writing a paper for school.
700 words have been an average blog post for a while, and 1,800 – 2,500 words has become the new number to strive for to keep people on the page longer and increase your search engine ranking. This is single spaced in Microsoft Word, but it would likely by similar in Google docs if that’s your text editor of choice.
[tt-page-calculator] Many people are faced with the fact that when they perform a different written assignment, they are given a limit of words.
Immediately you try to imagine how many pages it will turn out.
But note that the amount may vary from the font you are using. For example, if you use 12-point Arial font then you can expect 3000 words to be about 11 pages.
As for the general meaning, 6 pages is 3,000 words single-spaced, 1,500 words double-spaced.