Category - 'Content Development'

How Persuasive Is Your Website’s Copy? A Simple, 5-Step Checklist

August 12th, 2010 by Team Pi
Being able to identify weak web copy allows you to offer greater value to your client. By spotting major problems and helping him to solve them, you can position yourself as an expert who works with him in his best interest, rather than just another indifferent service provider. And if you know some basic principles for [...]
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Is your WordPress Blog Wasting Google’s Time?

August 11th, 2010 by Team Pi
Think blogging and one of the first names to pop in the mind is WordPress, one of the most popular blogging platforms on the Net today. Much of the current popularity of blogging can be attributed to the excellent convenience of using the WordPress CMS and the availability of some handy and useful plug-ins, especially [...]
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13 Quick Tips to Write a Successful Post

July 30th, 2010 by Team Pi
Whoever said that writing content for the Web is easy was lying. Don’t have any misconceptions about it – writing takes a lot of effort and is an art that needs to be learnt. You may speak and read the language well; but when it comes to expressing your thoughts in a compelling, interesting manner, [...]
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Content is King: Myth or Reality?

July 23rd, 2010 by Team Pi
The Internet has changed a lot of things in this world. It has had a profound impact on how we communicate, how we buy and sell things and how we entertain ourselves. It has opened up new avenues and has rendered a few traditional ones obsolete. Content creation is a case in point. Let’s face it, [...]
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Statistics: Who is Blogging in the US?

July 20th, 2010 by Team Pi
Blogs have become popular among all ages as it serves as a great source to get useful information. The findings from the report have been tabulated after reviewing more than 100 million blog posts: Age – People between the age group of 21-35 form the bulk of the bloggers. It [...]
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How SEO Can Help You

July 19th, 2010 by Team Pi
Most companies are now conducting their business online. Search Engine Optimization (SEO) can be advantageous to such businesses. It can help bring in plenty of relevant traffic to your website. People from search results can be directed to your site through your blogs, social networking profiles, articles or forums. SEO can also help develop your brand’s [...]
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Make your Website SEO Friendly

July 17th, 2010 by Team Pi
It is important to make your website accessible to your target audience and convert them to customers. Using SEO can help bring in traffic to your website. You can make your website SEO friendly through some methods. You can place your keywords in your site’s meta tags apart from the title of the company’s name. You [...]
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How SEO Has Evolved

July 17th, 2010 by Team Pi
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is growing rapidly over the past few years. As more factors are contributing to its significance, SEO is playing a bigger role in the success of businesses online. Providing good original content is a priority. Using keywords all over a page’s content now leads to the site getting a lower search engine [...]
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Some SEO Tips

July 16th, 2010 by Team Pi
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) involves optimizing your site’s content for search engines. This will help to increase your website rank. It involves selecting certain keywords that a potential customer would use while searching for your products or services online. Ideally you need to have a list of 20-50 keywords for your site. You then need to [...]
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Make Your Blog Site Better

July 15th, 2010 by Team Pi
Maintain a blog site is perhaps the easiest way to connect with your customers. While marketing online, you need to know what will make your blogs better. The following are some tips that you can use. Linking: Creating a hyperlink and linking your blog with other Websites can help improve your search engine rank.  It helps [...]
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