Just a Few of Our Favorite Posts on the Blogosphere this Week

by Louellen Coker on July 31, 2009

We’ve been busy meeting the content needs of our clients here at Content Solutions this week and thought we’d take a moment to share with you some of our favorite reading we’ve had come across our feed readers this week. We hope you enjoy these posts as much as we have.

  • How to Create Better Content: Treat Your Readers Like Dogs (from Copyblogger): I”ll be honest, this resonated with me partly because I am adding a new puppy to my household next week. But more importantly, it is true. From the moment your clients walk into your brick and mortar or virtual door, you’re training them about what they can expect of your organization. Sonia does a great job of explaining a concept in terms any dog owner can understand.
  • 45 Incredibly Useful Web Design Checklists and Questionnaires (from Smashing Magazine): We have clients who opt for a DIY (do it yourself) approach to their web presence. If you fall into that category, you’ll want to check out this post. If your head starts to spin, give us a call, we approach our projects that c9ombines the best from these lists. Trust us, you’ll be happy with the end result.
  • Does Search Engine Optimization Make a Difference? (from ProBlogger Blog Tips): An ongoing debate between content developers revolves around focusing on search engine optimization or providing good content. I agree with Darren, give good content and search engines look after themselves… to a point. Keeping search engine optimization in mind WHILE creating good content provides the best results. In this post, Darren provides a great example of how this works.

Know of some posts that didn’t make our list? Please share in the comments.

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