Links to Help with Your Web Content

Letters1. 20 Must-Read Blogs For Freelance Writers - When it comes to writing for the Web, you can learn a lot from other people doing it well—get inspired by their example or search their blogs for specific posts to improve your own writing (a great tactic no matter what kind of content you need to produce—why re-invent the wheel?).

2. 60 Sites To Submit Your Blog & RSS Feeds – Creating great blog content is just the start. You have to get it out there and bring it to people’s attention if you want to reap the most benefits of your hard work.

3. It Isn’t Good Content Unless it’s SEO’d Content - If you want to know more about SEO, this entire series is fantastic—but you can certainly start by exploring the importance of taking SEO into account as you create your content.

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2 Responses to “Links to Help with Your Web Content”

  1. Verity July 16, 2010 at 7:09 pm #

    3. SEO’s content – yep
    1. Freelance writers and writing properly so people come back – yep
    2. 60 sites. I’m not so sure about the importance of that one. Surely if you’ve got your blog on google, bing and yahoo then you’ve invested an hour or so wisely. Most of the other 57 are just duplication of effort?

    I thought the mantra “write great content frequently and they will come” is the best advice for those looking for a technological short cut to getting traffic or repeat visits?

    • Jo Golden July 17, 2010 at 1:07 pm #

      Thanks for your comment—I agree all 60 would be overkill, but going beyond the market leaders makes sense for many bloggers. It reminds me a bit of the transition to ads on cable years ago—at first many people thought only network ads would be worth the effort, but as more people expanded their viewing habits, reaching a smaller yet wider audience paid off for cable advertisers too.

      After a new reader visits you are right on that only great content will bring people back—so content creators are never off the hook when it comes to quality and certainly all the technological boosts out there won’t change that a bit.