The last thing you want to offer a client is bland content. If the material is uninspiring, there’s a good chance the client will find a new writer. What can you do to avoid being seen as ordinary and allow your work to stand out?
By default, you have two primary ways to create content in WordPress: pages and posts. It’s important to understand these two elements and what they do for your website. Otherwise, you may inadvertently create a huge mess and have to spend time fixing various problems.
What happens when a client requests controversial content? That is completely up to the writer. Over the years, I’ve had a menagerie of requests for writing content that were either contrary to my beliefs or outright negative to some degree. While some may be apt to write the piece and get paid, others like myself try to stand for what they believe in. What can you do when clients ask for something you’re not comfortable with?
In an ocean of websites, it’s quite difficult to be an individual drop. At some point, you will come across a topic that has already been covered by someone else. What can you do to build a unique site without it seeming like you’re copying the success of others? It’s not impossible. It just takes a bit of effort.
It takes more than knowing keywords to create quality content. Catch phrases, buzz words and click-bait terms are all too prevalent. This is especially true on platforms like social media. Instead of sharing information, a lot of people simply regurgitate falsities or flat-out lie for the sake of getting views. So, what can you do to avoid looking fake when creating your own content?