How To Stop Being Distracted and Get Stuff Done

On February 11, 2012, in Content Writing, by lesley
thumbSEO Writing advice is all about tags and keywords and headings and stuff, but is that the real problem? It's all very well knowing how to write search engine optimized content, but it really doesn't matter if you're too distracted (or demotivated) to get the writing done. And it's so easy to get distracted .. we all do. How can you stay focused? It may be that it's all down to the way you feel, and how you deal with the distractions. If I get distracted I let clients down, and if I do that too often, I'll soon have no clients, no income no ... well, you get the idea. I need to stay on top of it, so here's what I do. Give it a try.

  How are you feeling today? Focused on your work? Getting through everything you need to? Or are you thinking about the weekend? Or the fact that you haven’t got your taxes done? Or what you’re going to eat tonight? Or maybe you’re just feeling grumpy about something that hasn’t gone quite the way you […]

Creating Content and the Importance of Folds

On February 11, 2012, in Content Writing, by lesley
thumbReady to write your content? No matter how much research you've done on keywords, or how many H1 tags you've decided to include, information needs to be where it can do the most good. You get a few seconds to convince your web site visitor to read, after that, he or she has gone elsewhere, so if there's something you need to say, say it up front. You may be thinking of writing who, what where and when, but what your reader needs to is to know why they should bother staying to read. And if you don't tell them, who will?

If you want your webpage to attract buyers and/or interest readers, if you want it to be successful, you need to understand about the importance of ‘the fold’. When people ask my friend Brendan to take a look at their website and review it, he talks about this  every time. Far too many websites devote acres […]

What’s The Most Powerful Thing in the World.

On March 21, 2011, in Content Writing, by lesley
thumbSEO content writing isn't just about words, and it;s certainly not just about html, meta tags, keywords and headers. You know you need original content, so what can you do once you have used the words? Here's some content writing advice to help you generate heaps of original web pages, posts and articles.

SEO content writing guidelines don’t usually discuss the content at all, they’re all about HTML, headers, keyword use, duplicate content and the like. But is that all that matters? What’s the most powerful thing in the world? Is it a word? is it an action? is it a feeling? No. It’s none of those things. […]