Archive for the Content Creation Category

DUI Attorney Website Content Interview with Andy Green

DUI Attorney Website Content Interview with Andy Green

Website content that answers questions from potential clients always ranks well in Google search. Ranking in Google search of course is invaluable to businesses and professionals in almost all niches. Today I’m very happy to spending a few moments with Attorney Andy Green to hear first hand

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Should Real Estate Agents Rank for Neighborhood Names?

Should Real Estate Agents Rank for Neighborhood Names?

Developing content for real estate agents and brokers is my new favorite niche, especially agents located near me in central North Carolina. Occasionally I see some agents hung up on trying to rank in Google search for neighborhood names. Does ranking for neighborhood names help sell houses?

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Why Small Businesses Should Concentrate on Content and Not Social Media

Why Small Businesses Should Concentrate on Content and Not Social Media

Millions of small business owners have to make the tough decision of where to allocate time. Any small business owner knows there is just not enough time in the day. While many dream of being that entrepreneur that strikes it rich the harsh reality is it takes

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Real Estate Magazine Web Content by Blair Callahan

Real Estate Magazine Web Content by Blair Callahan

While doing a search on the Internet the other day I bumped into the New Homes & Ideas website. The first thing I noticed is that there is a ton of fresh, helpful content going onto the site on a consistent basis. Then I realized that the

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How Author James Fell uses Web Content

How Author James Fell uses Web Content

James Fell is an MBA grad and professional fitness speaker and an internationally syndicated fitness columnist whose work is read by millions each month. He writes for the Chicago Tribune, interviews celebrities for the Los Angeles Times about their fitness stories, is the head fitness writer for

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Great Ophthalmologist Content by Isaac Porter, MD

Great Ophthalmologist Content by Isaac Porter, MD

Whenever I visit an eye doctor’s website the first thing I usually notice is that there is a lack of content. When I discovered www.eyeporter.com I was thrilled to see not only a blog, but a YouTube video series! Holy content! Isaac Porter, MD, is an Ophthalmologist

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The Great Content Drought of 2015

The Great Content Drought of 2015

Every day I run into a website that needs content and yet has none, or just has a few pages up. Where is the content?! Did the web dry up and the words evaporate, leaving nothing behind but dry, cracked websites? A quick example: Wednesday I met

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Content Marketing Online in 1993

Content Marketing Online in 1993

Today we’re going travel in time back to circa 1993-1995. This, my friends, is when being online was pretty awesome. In 1992, for example, the Internet consisted of approximately 10 websites. That is not a misprint, TEN. People used the Internet, just not for web browsing. I’m

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Great Website Content by Personal Injury Attorney Ed Smith

Great Website Content by Personal Injury Attorney Ed Smith

Today’s content interview is with Personal Injury Attorney Edward A Smith. He is the founder of AutoAccident.com. His practice is The Law Offices of Edward A Smith. He has a 10.0 “perfect” AVVO rating. Ed is possibly the most “personal” personal injury attorney I have met. You

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Great Content by Restaurant Owner Greg Lewis

Great Content by Restaurant Owner Greg Lewis

Today’s content marketing interview is with Greg Lewis, Owner of Pittsboro Roadhouse & General Store. The title of this article says restaurant, but the Roadhouse is much, much more than just a restaurant. In January of 2012, the General Store Café closed its doors in Pittsboro North

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Great Website Content by Professional Organizer Geralin Thomas

Great Website Content by Professional Organizer Geralin Thomas

In the summer of 2014 I met professional organizer Geralin Thomas. If she looks familiar, you may have seen her on the TV show “Hoarders” on A&E. She is the owner of Metropolitan Organizing. When I looked her up online I was thrilled to see a website

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Great Examples of Business Website Content

Great Examples of Business Website Content

As a professional content creator I always sit up and pay close attention to great content when I see it. It is of no surprise to me that over the years some of the best content that I have seen comes directly from the business owner themselves;

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How To Buy Content for Your Website

How To Buy Content for Your Website

2015 is here and more and more people are discovering that they need unique content for their website. (If you’re still not sure feel free to read Why your website needs content). Not everyone has great content ideas, and for many successful professionals, they are going to

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Should you Autoblog Content to Your Website?

Should you Autoblog Content to Your Website?

WordPress and other blogging software allow the installation of plugins to autoblog. Autoblogging pulls content from another website’s RSS feed and places it onto your website. It sure would be nice if the content wrote itself. Should you autoblog? No!!! If nothing else, your content needs to

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Quantity vs Quality Content

Quantity vs Quality Content

A common debate amongst content creators is probably content quality vs content quality. There are definitely advantages to both. In some niches you need quality content, in other niches you need quantities of unique content. Quality vs Quantity Quantity vs quality depends completely on your goals. If

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Firearms and Ammunition SEO, Content & Copywriting

Firearms and Ammunition SEO, Content & Copywriting

Across the Internet are probably tens of thousands of people and firms who would be thrilled to charge firearms and ammo dealers and manufacturers for “SEO” and Internet marketing. What local dealers and manufacturers need to understand is to hit their target they need content. People search

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SEO Copywriting vs Content Marketing

SEO Copywriting vs Content Marketing

What is the difference between SEO copywriting and content marketing? This is a question I used to ask myself. The answer is tricky because different people have different definitions of SEO copywriting. The same goes for content marketing, and to top it off people have different ways

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What is Unique Content?

What is Unique Content?

On the web, unique content is content that has never been published before, is unusual, or has a unique perspective by the owner. Unique: Being the only of its kind; unlike anything else. Particularly remarkable, special or unusual. Belonging or connected to (one particular person, group, or

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Getting New Content Marketing Ideas from Creating Content

Getting New Content Marketing Ideas from Creating Content

Sometimes I run out of content marketing ideas. When I do I will sometimes Google around and try to come up with one. I promptly become sidetracked, wind up going down the rabbit hole called the Internet and before you know it there is a GIF of

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SEO Copywriting & Content Tip: Include & Optimize Images

SEO Copywriting & Content Tip: Include & Optimize Images

It never ceases to amaze me that I still see people who call themselves “SEO copywriters” producing content with no images. This is simply insane. If you strive to be an SEO copywriter or produce your own content, you must use images, especially if the page is

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