I try to have a post up once a week (more or less). Believe it or not, it isn't because I am somehow disillusioned into thinking that you can't go without reading my thoughts. It isn't even solely to give you reason to come back to my site. (Though that is part of it.) The chief reason can be put simply into three letters: S-E-O. That's right; my writing to you is almost purely of a self-serving nature. Sure, I want to help you out, but it so happens that I'm doing it in a way that helps me out. In this post I'm going to talk about two controllable factors that can help improve your SEO. That's right; there is something that you, yes you, can do.
In every line of thinking there is always a great debate that will never be satiated. Creation vs Evolution; Nature vs Nurture; Britney vs Christina; Butter Side Up vs Down. When it comes to design the debate is almost always Readable vs Artistic. Is it more important for your logo to grab someone's attention or convey what you do? Is it more important for your site to look cool or be easy to navigate? It it more important for your ad to be legible or to look awesome?
Blogging is one of those social media tools that has been gaining popularity for years, yet its purpose in the business world is still very undefined and misunderstood by many. As a personal blog owner, I’ve been intrigued by the process of blogging and how it might affect businesses in future years. I conducted a private experiment about a year ago that seems to correlate to the importance of blogging for businesses.