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Tips for Generating Effective Web Content
26th of April 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Tips for Generating Effective Web Content

Search Engine Guide has 7 Tips for Generating Effective Web Content which might help those wanting to improve their quality of content: Write customer focused content that appeals to your audience. If performing SEO – Focus on writing for the human reader first and search engines second. Find out what ...more
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The Etiquette of Linking
15th of April 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

The Etiquette of Linking

The hottest post on ProBlogger at the moment is Adsense Developing Fully Customizable Ads Blocks? due to it being picked up by a number of reputable blogs, forums and websites around the web. It is an illustration of what a ‘scoop’ (of sorts) can do for your ability to find ...more
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Finding Readers with Headlines
30th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Finding Readers with Headlines

Blog World has a good post on how to Attract Readers With Headlines. ‘Headlines matter. Actually for blogs, headlines or post titles are crucial. Survey after survey shows that people only scan what they read on the net and you have to grab their attention quickly. Not only that, but ...more
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Generating High Quantities of Content for your Blog
27th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Generating High Quantities of Content for your Blog

One of the previous series of posts that I wrote in the early days of ProBlogger (before all 4 of you started reading) was a series on generating high quantities of content for you blog. I wrote it after reading article after article of people writing about how you need ...more
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Writing Blog Content – Keep it Simple
25th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Writing Blog Content – Keep it Simple

The average person only comprehends 60% of what they read. How much do you comprehend?. To ensure your reader ‘gets’ what you’re saying you need to make it clear by using some of the following techniques. – Use simple language. Avoid technical jargon. – Don’t introduce too many ideas in ...more
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Random Blog Tip – Write Content
22nd of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Random Blog Tip – Write Content

The title above might seem like a no brainer but I’ve had a few bloggers send me their blogs to review recently that could actually learn a thing or two by taking this simple advice. Search Engines like text. They also like outbound links – but more than that they ...more
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Write in a Granular style – One Topic Per Post
21st of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Write in a Granular style – One Topic Per Post

Robert has a good simple tip on how to make your posts easier to pass around for your readers and suggests you write in a granular style. To put it most simply. ‘Make one post contain one idea, or set of links.’ I agree with Robert although can think of ...more
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Random Blog Tips – Big Fish, Small Pond Blogging
18th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Random Blog Tips – Big Fish, Small Pond Blogging

I just checked my email and found three requests from readers to have a look over their blogs and offer some tips. I’m happy to do this from time to time for free – but am unable to do it individually for everyone in depth without having to charge a ...more
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Seven Tips for Blogging Your Way to a New Job
16th of March 2005 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Seven Tips for Blogging Your Way to a New Job

Debbie Weil over at Marketing Profs writes a good article on Seven Tips for Blogging Your Way to a New Job. She writes quite an extensive aricle – but her main points are: 1. Start with a topic you’re passionate about 2. Concentrate on shorter, more frequent entries in your ...more
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