Even after many years of working on websites, it’s always a joy to discover a website that contains great content. Not only are such websites a pleasure to use and read, but when I do find websites like this, I remember them for all the right reasons and come back to them time and time … Read more3 ways to surprise your readers with great content
Having waxed lyrical in my last blog post about how to keep your blog updated, I have failed to follow most of my own advice by neglecting to post anything new here for just over four weeks. But while I have failed to put pen to paper, or rather fingers to keyboard, I have thought a … Read moreHow to polish your web content
Blogs are arguably one of the most time-consuming areas of websites because they can be very content hungry. They need new content on at least a weekly basis, and the content must be of a high quality covering a new topic or new angle. If you have run or are running a blog – for … Read moreHow to keep your blog updated or how to overcome Blank Screen Syndrome
One of the reasons why I write one weekly blog post rather than writing several per week or one every day is research. Research takes time. But I believe it is time well spent, and this why I’ve opted for a happy medium: fewer posts that contain well researched material. I regularly carry out research both … Read moreDoes research matter to your web content?
All websites, whether large or small should have a content strategy. A website content strategy defines how you will maintain the content on your website, specifically: how and when you will create and publish that content, and the content areas and topics you should cover. In other words, your content strategy is your content action … Read moreHow to set up your website content strategy
It could be down to anything. Too much work, other interests, low motivation levels, or a recent holiday. Any of the above could be the reason(s) why you may have neglected your website content by not publishing anything new for some time. Website content breaks – planned or otherwise – can and do happen. After all, … Read moreManaging your web content after a short break