4 Ways to Not Write Content for Your Website Part 1

In Search of Lost Time, by bogenfreund via Flickr.com
In Search of Lost Time, by bogenfreund via Flickr.com
  1. Search Engine Optimisation – are you sure your keywords walk the fine line between focus and breadth?
  2. Tweak your site template to keep up with current trends. Does your site have CSS3 letterpress effects yet?
  3. Optimise the speed of your website – only a days work can shave 50ms off the load time for your website.
  4. Analyse your visitor demographics with Google Analytics – are you sure you know every angle?
  5. Optimise your ads.

If only you had some content. Optimisation is good, but unless you actually write something, you’re just playing with a framework, not a real site.

jon m wilson Written by:

As half of the team behind 101projects101days.com, I am a serial starter of things, beginner of projects. I work in bits and in bytes, in words and paragraphs; I work in wood, metal, and paper, in fabric and in leather; I work in fits and in starts. Most of all I work intermittently and inconsistently.

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