What to Write

How the content was made Simply enough, I started off by offering my opinions and asking questions to a diverse group of professionals. Some questions were baits to get people talking. Some were honest inquiries outside of my professional expertise. All were engaging and entertaining. The most interesting snippets of conversation made their way to […]

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My secret to getting tons of useful, original content is to respond to my customers via email. Yes, paying customers get their questions answered first… others may have to wait. I try to reply to them as I would to a friend.

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I built a killer website with this easy trick. One of the most common questions that I get is ‘What should I put on my site?’

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Use these 6 Habits of Highly Successful Web Articles to generate an amazing amount of traffic to your website. You have a website and you want traffic. Since you know that content is king on the internet you craft great content, regularly building your website via blogs and articles. After amassing a respectable following you […]

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I interviewed a host of successful website writers and owners to find out what made their website’s – and their most popular articles – tick. We’ll cover each of these in the 6 Habits of Highly Successful Website Articles Series. Today’s topic is popular topics.

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Sometimes I’m in the mood to write long, lengthy posts. Sometimes I am not. When I can, I like to provide substantial content. When I don’t have the time I wonder if writing a quick note as a blog post is even worth it. Short Blog Posts Are Worth It! RSS Your posts are transmitted […]

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One of the most popular posts I wrote on this site was Flash Equals Evil Website Design. The most vocal of those communicating were Flash web designers telling me that I was wrong, incompetent, and various other insults.

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OK. You’ve spent the time, money, and energy to create a new website. It looks great. All of your friends are impressed. Your competitors despair upon seeing it. Your clients love it. You love that you can add new articles, write blog posts, and change details around without having to earn a PhD in Computer Science. There’s only one problem; you have no idea what to write.

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