One of the best ways to engage an audience and demonstrate authority is by citing sources when you make a claim. Not only does it make you look better in the eyes of readers, but Google loves authoritative linking. Today, I’ll go into citing sources and how it helps your website.
Everyone has different ways to write an article for their specific audience. And in reality, the only “correct” method is whatever works for those you’re trying to reach. With that being said, I’m going to go over my process to connect with my audience.
The Internet is full of SEO tools to find the best keywords. After all, matching content to search is how traffic is driven to a website. Today, I’ll take a look at the free version of Keywords Everywhere and what it can do for you.
One question I am asked often is how I come up with a seemingly never-ending stream of blog content for myself or my clients. One method that is often part of my routine is to use a listicle to expand the content.
Whether you’re freelance writing or blogging, good grammar is vital. And it’s more difficult to proofread your own material than to find errors in the work of others. Thus, enter the Grammarly Chrome browser extension.