Category Archives: SEO


There are some pages on sites that you don’t necessarily want to have indexed. Some of them are easy to find because they fulfill important purposes on sites, but still shouldn’t be crawled and indexed. Others can be considerably more difficult to find. For example, on one site, I found widgets that appeared on only read more…


Recent SEO news has been heavily focused on off-site content, such as the seemingly unending war that’s currently going on between people who think we still need to focus a lot of energy into linkbuilding efforts, their opponents who think it’s time to lay it to rest, and those who are steadfast proponents of the read more…


On average, 8 out of 10 people will read a first paragraph, but only 2 out of 10 will read the rest of a blog post. So if you’ve gotten to this point, you are part of the 80% of people who read the headline copy. Now, with the tips below, you can ensure your read more…


I have a lot of different tasks as a Content Writer here, and if there’s one task I enjoy doing, it is creating infographics. Infographics are a fun way to create a visual element for presenting information, and they give clients content that embodies the essence of share-ability. Infographics can be wonderful promotional tools, but read more…


The door shuts, the drinks are gathered and before the first trash bag hits the can, the hosts of the party are already talking about their guests. “Did you see the shirt Bill was wearing?” “Did you notice how much Jack was talking?” “Don’t you already miss Michelle?” The world of guest blogging is a read more…


During the first class of the first creative writing course I ever took, my teacher posited the question to us of what is the minimum word length a writer could write a story. I remembered that the “Cask of Amontillado” was really short, so I offered a guess of 500 words. Other classmates gave guesses read more…