Tag Archives | Web Writing

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6 New Content Rules for Mobile Websites

We are two months into “Mobilegeaddon”. In April, Google started favoring mobile-friendly websites. It’s a move that sent web developers scrambling to make sites mobile friendly and responsive. But before you give yourself a pat on the back for getting mobile-friendly, take a look at your web content on a mobile device. Why Web Content Written For…

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Talking about copywriting with Barry Coziahr

I am passionate about all things writing so when Barry Coziahr asked me to join him to talk about my favorite subject on his podcast Real Live Marketing… I grabbed my hat and coat. I am always up for the chance to evangelize the need for good sales and marketing content, but I was also…

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great web content is great for business

Put web content before website development & design

Content is the currency of the Internet. No matter how clever, graphically beautiful, or technically impressive your website, it exists to convey information. Despite this, website content is often an afterthought. A website should look great and it does need to work smoothly, but the Internet is not a beauty pageant. Your website is a…

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Has Google's keyword encryption killed content marketing

Will Google’s keyword encryption kill content marketing?

It may have been on the cards for a while, but last week when Google announced it was encrypting all keywords and cutting everyone off from vital organic-search keyword data, it came as a bit of a shock. I won’t deny it, my eyes watered. What is a content marketer to do?  You need all…

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Your content is king of your website

Who is writing your website content?

With more than 1,722,071,000,000 (1.7 trillion) pages on the web, how do you get noticed? The answer is easy. Provide fantastic content. Content is king because it is the most important element of your web presence. Without it, you have nothing. People visit your website because they are looking for something specific. They come for…

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Inverted Pyramid 2

Start at the end when writing for the web

Readers move fast online. They scan and digest your website content at lightening speeds. If they don’t find what they are looking for, they are gone in the blink of an eye. The inverted pyramid is a writing structure that puts your most important, useful and relevant information at the top of a web page…

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