Editor’s note: This post was written byMickie E. Kennedy, founder of eReleases Press Releases Distribution based in Baltimore, MD. Keyword tool? Check. Long tail keyword? Check. Keywords at no more than 2.5% of total content? Check. Congratulations. Youve officially just set yourself up to write for a search engine.
I usually don’t like using the phrase “churn out” when it comes to writing, because I feel that it has a negative connotation – when you churn blog posts out, quality might be compromised. Then again, I realize that that is not always the case. If you are deadset on getting lots of work done […]
Editor’s Note: This post was written by Anil Valvi, President of Dynastic Tech, which helps clients to enjoy better visibility in search engines, better online reputation, and better traffic. You can reach him by sending email on firstname.lastname@example.org. When you write a headline, your biggest goal is to make people want to read your content. Every article has a headline, […]
To write an enticing blog piece you need to start with a concept and possibly a final conclusion. Writers should usually have a focus on the direction that a particular article should follow. By using colorful vocabulary and laying out your arguments in a concise manner, it will provide the groundwork for a very well-written […]
We already know that list posts and bullet points are two techniques that resonate well with blog readers. But that’s not why I choose to embrace the style. I lean on these two writing techniques frequently because they allow me, as a writer, to work on multiple articles at once – and that’s a productivity […]
Blog post titles are like little ads that can do three things: 1. Entice people to read more. 2. Encourage people to click away. 3. Lull them to a state of inaction. If you want your blog to grow and be successful, then you want your blog post titles to achieve #1 in the above […]