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Learn 5 Ways To Write More Web Copy
- Jack Cieslak
- August 16, 2011
“Copy” is an ironic term in the writing world. While the verb “copy” means to create a duplicate of something that already exists, in real life, doing so will get you arrested (or at least a takedown notice). College students who are caught copying another's work can get expelled. Duplicate content on your website will get you dinged in your SEO rankings. So the only option is to constantly create fresh, new “copy.”
Now, this article isn't about the history of copywriting or the origin of why we use that term. It's about a handful of ways you can write quick, timely “copy,” with your keywords and terms and keep it coming out on a regular basis to satisfy your throngs of adoring online readers (or, you know, at least your mom).
Read About 3 Blogging Tools That Will Make Your Blog Posts Pop
- Nicki Porter
- August 09, 2011
Lately, your blog's been looking a little...blah. Maybe your traffic's not as high as you'd hoped. Maybe you're not getting as many comments as you'd like. Or maybe you'd just like to give your blog posts a little something extra to make them stand out in the blogosphere.
Luckily, the Internet's come up with some pretty handy tools for bloggers to help take their blog over the edge. From poll creators to interactive thesauruses, here are the top three tools for savvy bloggers.
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