Making sure your content is found
If your content is getting lost in cyber space it’s time to be found. These 4 steps will show you how to SEO your content. Watch the video or the slides.
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10 Amazing Free Online Writing Courses
Are you a writer? Or believe that you can actually write? Check out these resources to improve those skills!
WARNING: Language, as suggested by the title, and riveting reading in this post. Make sure you read the ensuing comments as well.
Writers and the pay they get–while there are some who can write great sentences in a jiffy, others have to sweat it out, so who’s honest who’s not? Who’s good, who isn’t?
Where do you stand on this issue? Feel free to comment.
Part V: Give ’em what they asked for
Last, but certainly not least, is content. Today you’ll add pages, forms, and the actual MEAT (or beans, for vegetarians) to your site.
Be judicious!! Think of the things that make you leave a website and work to avoid them. For instance, I jump ship pretty quickly if there’s a ton of content on a single page that makes me scroll a lot. I’ve done my time in school—don’t make me read more novels! Get to the point and get on with it. Break up your information onto a few pages if you need. Continue reading “WordPress 3.0 Demystified – Part 5”
Find the Content Your Readers Love with Analytics
Want to move up in the rankings? Give people reasons to come back again and again.
There is no final draft when you write a webpage
My wife used to have a poster in her classroom: “Never fall in love with your first draft.” Now consider ALL of your pages a first draft!