Thursday, December 28, 2017

PROVEN TIPS TO WRITE GREAT CONTENT FOR A WEBSITE

Web audience is usually the most information seeking and the hardest to convince and please. To prove this, there is a lot of data that depicts the highest bounce rate is witnessed on web content. The Nielsen Norman Group, an organization dedicated to evidence-based user experience research, found in a recent study that the average viewer will linger ten to twenty seconds on a site before leaving. Other studies say the magic number is closer to five seconds. This simply throws light on the fact, that if the web audience is not getting what they are looking out for from your content, then your great content is simply a fail.

So with such a critical audience to serve, the question comes up on how to write content for a website and attain prospects and convert them into customers. Here is a rundown of 11 tips that can guide every web content writer on how to create a web page content that engages and converts.

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Content Writing Tips That Will Make You a Better Blogger

There is so much writing advice out there. The problem with most of it is, however, that you can’t just apply it. It takes weeks, sometimes months, to learn how to correctly using metaphors, storytelling, and most other tricks.

That’s not what we’re after! We want tricks that will work almost immediately, don’t we?

Well, if that’s your mindset, then you’re in luck. There are tricks that you can use that will make your writing better, and they only take minutes to learn. And here I’m going to teach you a couple. Are you excited yet? No? Well, you’re a hard one to please!

Let’s see if you feel differently by the end of the article, shall we? You just might!

Thursday, November 23, 2017

Top Content Marketing Tips To Follow in 2017


Creating content for effective marketing is a task that requires a certain amount of skill and expertise. Quality content can play a huge role in generating customer engagement, eventually influencing purchase decisions. Renowned content marketer Justin Urbas has some fundamental content marketing tips for business writers. Let's have a look :

Fundamental Content Marketing Tips for Online Success 

1. Invest in paid social ads - If you are trying to promote a blog post link shared on social media or a social media post, it is quite logical to invest in paid social ads. You do not need to break the bank, as something as nominal as $50 can work pretty well initially. 

2. Don’t push too hard - Being convincing is one thing and shoving things down their throat is another. Your content should not to be too pushy or potential customers will know that you’re trying to hard. You lose valuable points with them. 

3. Long descriptive content - If you are seeking better search rank and offer a better customer experience, long descriptive content is a powerful tool. Content that reaches the 1000+ mark is preferred by most current search engine algorithms. 

4. Bring some variety - Maintaining a blog and keeping the interest of readers takes some creative thinking. You should always aim to achieve some variety in your blog posts, and explore different topics. That can raise engagement further and bring in new readers too.

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Tips on How To Write Quality Website Content.

A website is an online representation of what your business stands for and the messages it wants to convey to the masses. Hence it has to have quality content that is simple to grasp and interesting at the same time. A webpage without useful content can make potential customers leave your site as soon as they get there. Quality website content is quite necessary in order to retain traffic, and move potential customers towards purchase decisions. 

It is natural for business owners to be clueless about writing content and that is understandable. Here are some integral website content writing tips from renowned writer David Justin Urbas that can be applied in 2017. By implementing them into your webpage content, you can witness better engagement.

Monday, October 16, 2017

5 Stellar Content Writing Tips You Can Apply Today

Content is one of the most important factors that can make or break the fate of one's online reputation and ambitions. It is quite difficult to build a favorable brand image that people can relate to, without fresh, engaging and dynamic content. However, creating such relevant content is not as easy as is generally considered. The online business domain is seeing new changes everyday, as industry leaders are coming up with innovative strategies. 

Content marketing is a place of fierce competition, with businesses going neck to neck to grab the limelight. Amidst all this, it becomes difficult to stick to the fundamentals of effective content creation. Reputed content writing expert Justin Urbas has some valuable principles, which can be incorporated to keep up the quality of one’s content. After all, your online and social ads are going to be as effective as the content on them. 


Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Content writing tips that works for your website.

Writing first-class content has become a key feature of every SEO strategy. But writing content is more than just filling a web page with keywords and links. High-quality content requires creativity and excellent research skills. Too many websites and blogs carry content that’s hard to read, not at all informative, entertaining or inspiring. But a good content creator should want to get the edge on their competition and add credibility their organisation. And you can do this by learning how to improve your writing. 

9 Simple Tips for Writing Persuasive Web Content.

It’s a common mistake.Even experienced web writers make it.When writing your web copy, who do you think of? Do you picture a potential customer reading your text? 
And do you think about what makes him – or her – click?
That’s what most web writers do.They treat their web visitors like human beings who like to read.They treat their web visitors just like readers of printed text.But that’s wrong. Completely wrong. Because web copy is totally different than print copy.

Thursday, August 24, 2017

Content writing tips that will make you a better Blogger.

There is so much writing advice out there. The problem with most of it is, however, that you can’t just apply it. It takes weeks, sometimes months, to learn how to correctly using metaphors, storytelling, and most other tricks.That’s not what we’re after! We want tricks that will work almost immediately, don’t we?

Sunday, July 23, 2017

9 Simple Tips for Writing Persuasive Web Content

When writing your web copy, who do you think of? Most web writers treat their web visitors like human beings who like to read.They treat their web visitors just like readers of printed text.But that’s wrong. Completely wrong. Because web copy is totally different than print copy.

Monday, July 10, 2017

12 CONTENT-WRITING SECRETS OF PROFESSIONAL WRITERS

Since most content starts with written words, it doesn't matter what type of content you produce, you can benefit from knowing the secrets of professional writers.One of the biggest struggles content marketers have is producing enough content and simultaneously keeping the quality high. That's something professional writers must work through on a daily basis.

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Content Writing Tips for Beginners.

You may be a professional designer or internet marketer but when it comes content writing, you may raise the white flag.And it is true that writing great contents take a lot of time. To create a 2000- 3000 words quality content, writers spend several hours on the chair. 

Friday, June 9, 2017

9 Simple Tips for Writing Persuasive Web Content

Even experienced web writers make it.When writing your web copy, who do you think of? Do you picture a potential customer reading your text? And do you think about what makes him – or her – click?That’s what most web writers do.They treat their web visitors like human beings who like to read.They treat their web visitors just like readers of printed text.But that’s wrong. Completely wrong. Because web copy is totally different than print copy. 

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

David Justin Urbas - How to pick out a character for your novel

Believe it or not, but the profession of your novel characters play a major role in making your novel a big hit. Using clich├ęd professions such as doctor, lawyer, detective, or an actor won’t suffice — unless it’s the only relevant choice. The profession of the characters, especially the main character, is what sets the scene for your book. Readers prefer reading something “fresh”.

How often do you read about a wizarding profession? (I’m sure we all clearly remember the famous books with those characters). All right, these aren’t all technically “professions”, but they set the scene and add more flavor to the character. They make a character more memorable.

A character’s profession affects the entire novel. It pinpoints to a personality type.

More at: http://www.writerstreasure.com/how-to-pick-out-character-for-novel/

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

David Justin Urbas - BAD WRITING HABITS

You will never be a successful writer if you cannot put yourself together and work as hard as you can. However, working hard not only includes the process of writing, it is also a complex activity that helps you improve your skills systematically, professionally and organizationally.

Types of Bad Writing Habits

Bad writing habits can be subdivided into two main groups: those interfering your writing process and those lowering the level of your writing skills. Let’s call them Bad Productivity Writing Habits and Bad Quality Writing Habits.

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

David Justin Urbas - HOW TO BALANCE MONEY AND CAREER GROWTH AS A CONTENT WRITER

I attended a writer’s meet last week. It was more of a casual affair with some content writer friends gathered to enjoy the rain over some hot pakoras and tea. From Euro Cup to Brexit, we happily shared our views on all the hot topics. Soon, the discussion shifted on us, the content writers. Many of us took content writing to live our dream of becoming a writer. Where do we stand now? Have we achieved that dream? Are we happy with our lives? It seemed that many of us were disillusioned with the life we are living and needed something to get out of the rut.

Earning money vs. Self-Satisfaction – Dilemma of every content writer

For most of us, it started with a dream – a dream to do what we loved most, a dream to work on our own terms and a dream to allow life to soar high. However, soon we found the ugly truth about life. Money is important. You need money to feed yourself, pay your electric bills and enjoy little luxuries of life. We started taking up projects that promised good payments, we started working for clients who gave a steady flow of projects no matter how boring they were and slowly got sucked up in the process and the dream of becoming a great writer, of publishing our own book or starting a blog became distant.

More at: http://contentop.com/blog/1522-2/

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

David Justin Urbas - Why The Traditional Rules Of Writing Still Matter

Over the past two decades, digital content needs have transformed tremendously. With the switch around the turn of the century towards writing for search engines, the basic principles of writing got lost. People who have never constructed valuable content were suddenly loading their sites with garbage just to drive traffic, which hopefully led to sales.

Regardless of how sloppy they were, these content efforts actually worked – for a bit. But as search engine algorithms have become smarter, content creation strategies require a revised approach. Modern machine learning-based algorithms can quickly find thin and irrelevant content and immediately discredit content accordingly.

The answer to today’s content needs is twofold: First, content must be written well with not only proper spelling and grammar but syntax – a return to traditional form, if you may. Second, the content must fit this form while also abiding by the rules of SEO, which includes a few must-haves, such as keywords based on research, proper headlines containing main keywords and attention-grabbing meta descriptions.

More at: http://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesagencycouncil/2016/12/16/why-the-traditional-rules-of-writing-still-matter-5-content-creation-tips/#1eb1dd7f3f04

Thursday, January 5, 2017

David Justin Urbas - Images in Blogs ! Is it Really Helpful?

Getting noticed is the key to generating more traffic to our website.
Do you really think that a well-written copy is effective enough to get noticed by your audience?

No, if it is just the written words that are talking to your audience. You should allow few images, relevant of course to do some talking as well. You have to attract your audience with your words and images. A well-written blog or an effective business writing will always have its place; it cannot be replaced by only an image. But it is very important to strike the right balance between the content written and images. A blog with strategically placed images gets more views (almost 95%) than a well-written blog with no images.

A reader’s eyes are always naturally drawn towards an image, so take advantage of that. This does not mean just add any image and expect your blog to rank.

More at: http://contentop.com/blog/images-blogs-really-helpful/

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

David Justin Urbas - The Trick To Generating More Content? Transcription Tools

You’ve undoubtedly heard that content is king, that the more useful information you provide your website visitors, the better your business will do. In fact, research shows that the more content you provide, as long as it’s interesting and informative, the more web traffic you will attract. According to the Content Marketing Institute (CMI), “ content marketing leaders experience 7.8 times more traffic than non-leaders.” At the end of 2015, 76% of B2B marketers indicated they would be producing more content in 2016 , according to CMI.

The pressure is on to produce more high quality content just to keep pace.

That's because more content equals more traffic and more traffic equals more business. But generating a steady stream of insightful content can be a full-time job. It’s likely you have other obligations, like maybe running a business, besides crafting useful information to share.

Fortunately, there are other ways to get the valuable tips and interesting information out of your head and onto a page.

More at: http://www.forbes.com/sites/marciaturner/2016/12/31/the-trick-to-generating-more-content-transcription-tools/#7d6e0db967f3