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It happens to the best of us. We sit down to create a blog post or article but are faced with writer’s block. What do I write about? What will my audience be interested in? How can I keep my readers engaged? Following are 5 ways to help overcome the sometimes-frustrating task of blog content curation.
If you’re a seasoned SEO practitioner, move on. You are already well aware of the dubious nature of the tactics below (and if you’re not, well then, you might want to reconsider your day job.) But, if you are a marketing manager, business owner or anyone else who relies heavily on others for SEO advice, please make this post a MUST-read before preparing future SEO strategies.
It is important to understand that websites that are entirely built in AJAX (or rely heavily upon the technology) are usually more difficult for search engines to crawl and index correctly. However, Google has been making many strides in this realm indicating that there may be light at the end of the tunnel for websites that want to make stronger use of AJAX. Read on to learn more about how you can ensure that an AJAX application is up to date with Googles latest guidelines.Read More