Yearly Archives: 2010

Writing Content that Google Will Love

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Google is one of the most visited websites on the Internet. This means that writing content that Google will love is essential when writing for the web. That is, if you want anyone to read what you write.

Individuals use Google in particular because it helps them find information that is relevant to what they are searching for. While other search engines do this as well, Google’s simple design has made it especially popular. That does not mean you should not use other search engines as many engines use similar search algorithms and the same tips can be utilized across all of them.
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When a Wealth of Information Becomes Too Much

information overload

Information overload, a concept that was introduced as early as the 1960′s, is more relevant now than ever. As the amount of information available increases, the likelihood of experiencing an information overload also increases. During an information overload, you are overexposed to a stream of information. This greatly affects your ability to reason and make rational decisions.

While providing a wealth of information within your content can be valuable to your readers, there is a point where you reach information overload and that can lead to losing your audience.
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To Use Photos, or Not To Use Photos…

content photos

Many websites and blogs do not use images within their content. However, that does not mean that you should not use them. When you are writing a blog or an article, photos can be extremely beneficial to the rest of your written or video content.

If the pictures are congruent with the flow of the page, you can certainly use photos to create a sense of harmony between your visuals and written content. As the saying goes “a picture is worth a thousand words” and in many instances, images can add to the overall intent of the article and visually support several of the finer points.
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Writing About Your Passion From Home

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Each day, millions of people post content to the Internet without compensation. Whether the medium is a blog, message board or community website, many of these free posts contain high quality, valuable content written by individuals with in-depth knowledge of their subject matter, as well as an understanding of the style and content interesting to their readership.

If you are one of these individuals, you can create an additional income source, or even pursue a full time freelance writing career, by focusing on and writing about your passion from home.
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Keeping Your Writing Organized

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It can be difficult to keep all of your ideas within a clear and concise structure when writing content. For example, you may have trouble grouping your ideas by relevance, which can make it difficult for your readers to keep track of what you are actually talking about and, more specifically, the point that you are trying to make.

In order to keep your readers engaged and on track, each of your ideas should be clearly organized in order to give the illusion of a narrative. Try some of these methods that veteran content writers often use when organizing their thoughts and hence, their articles:
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