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Content that’s King.

Not an Indulgence

Writing For SEO helps you get maximum leverage from your content. It contains my distilled knowledge and experience from more than a decade helping clients boost their traffic, improve their performance on search engines and increase their revenue.

Read the blog for information and ideas. Leave a comment if you have any questions. Or get in touch if you want to talk about content creation, strategy, consultancy or training.

Incidentally, if you’re wondering about how content can be an indulgence, here are my thoughts.


The Latest From My Blog

Quick Tip: Is your 301 Redirection Plugin Still Working?

Having found a lot of 404 page not found errors reported by Google Webmaster Tools on a client’s WordPress website, I started working on some 301 redirects – there were so many 404s that they were a serious concern. Google may have been seeing the site as...

How To Develop Content From Key Phrase Research

Now you have the results of the key phrase research for your e-commerce site, how do you get the best from it? How do you develop the most effective content from it? Types of content There are several types of content you either already have on your online shop, or...

Writing Tools 7: iA Writer

As a born-again Markdown worshipper, I’ve been using it primarily when I write in Evernote. Just a quick aside. Can I say before you read any further that this post is mainly relevant to Apple users? I don’t use Windows these days, and haven’t looked...

Why I use Markdown to save time with my blogging

I’m amazed I’m writing this tip. For years, I’ve been poking fun at text file zealots who have been using a set of slightly messy characters to emulate what a more fully featured file format and software can do without batting an eyelid. To put it...

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Resources - essentials I use all the time

My recommended tools and services

These are some of the things I use for Writing For SEO, other sites and my consulting. I use them because they’re good, and I’m very happy to recommend them to you.

  • WP-Engine – the best WordPress hosting I know of. Worth every penny for the time it saves me
  • Hootsuite - makes running social media campaigns easy. Hootsuite is incredibly powerful and flexible, and is one of the few third-party tools to interact with Google Plus
  • Commun.it – the tool I use every day to breeze through my Twitter interactions in just a few minutes. Commun.it is the difference between getting social media done and leaving it until the next day
  • Buffer - allows me to queue posts to all the major social media platforms

Some are paid for, yet many are free or have a free version.

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