Even the most diligent and dynamic writers can get stuck. Whether you write for a living or just need to craft the occasional blog or newsletter, sometimes it can be difficult to get going. At other times you can be motoring along nicely then – for some reason – screech to a halt, suddenly devoid of ideas and energy. Our blog shares some free productivity tips for when you’re struggling to find your “mojo”.
You know the feeling. It’s time to write your next blog, newsletter, email, article or social media post. But that blank screen and blinking cursor is taunting you. Your brain is devoid of ideas and you just don’t know where to start. Here are some of my top tips and tricks for beating that blank page and harnessing your creativity. All tried and tested at one point or another by me – a full-time writer – so I know they work!
Everyone knows how important it is to have images on your website. They break up the text, provide context, and make the content more engaging and compelling for your visitors. But images are worthless for SEO unless you tag them correctly and in a way that makes them accessible. Read our blog to find out why image tagging is vital for SEO and – used properly – can boost your search page rankings.
Planning a website is just like planning a wedding. There are lots of decisions to make and the more effort you put in up front, the better the end result. Claire Best from Claire Best Marketing explains why.
Link building is one of the most important SEO “habits” you need to adopt. Adding good quality links to your website will do wonders for your rankings. Not in isolation of course – there are plenty of other things to add to your SEO agenda – but links are a key ranking “signal”. Which means search engines will look at your website’s links and use them as one of the main indicators of your site’s quality.
Time to get your Christmas Trivia hats on! We’ve created a fun and fact-filled festive-themed trivia quiz to get the grey matter moving again once the last spoonful of pudding has gone down and you feel like you will never move off the sofa again. How many will you get right?