Category Archives: Content Development

How to Answer the Telephone

A massage therapist gets a phone call: Hello. I was referred to you by my doctor. I work long hours at a desk and… Before the massage therapist hears another word, he is anticipating a series of topics. He already … Continue reading

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Mom Remodels WordPress

Yup. That’s me. Empty nest and all, I am forever “Mom.” ::waves to a certain grown one who sometimes reads this blog:: I, the Mom afore mentioned, mentioned in my 101 Day Round Up earlier this month that I was … Continue reading

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Free Beer? Not From Most Brochure Sites

Yesterday Cre8asite had a brief fling with free beer. I believe that the ability of a title tag and description tag to pull an unusual number of clicks in the SERPs is one of the most powerful parts of SEO. … Continue reading

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My Bouncing Baby Benchmarks

My measures of success are a little different than most blogs. Though I like traffic and subscribers, at least a little, at this point my priorities are more towards personal connection, enjoying writing and the occasional nerd post. I’m all … Continue reading

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A Preface to my Bouncing Baby Benchmarks

Question: What did I want from my 101 days? Answer: A sense of direction. An orientation beyond web design. Question: Why couldn’t I just pick some keywords to write about? Use that to form a bridge between my beloved web … Continue reading

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Blog Post Ideas For the Technology Avoider

When an Internet marketing professional sees the phrase “blog post ideas” they’ll automatically think of two things: keywords and users. The hard core technology avoider lives on a different island; they are instantly lost. Only the hearty among them will … Continue reading

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Breaking, Building and Leaning Into Limits

Nature fumbles all the time. Things break. Early sprouts freeze and die back. Erosion takes down hillsides, even hillsides where humans have not clear-cut. In the long run, our trying to catch up with nature is what ends up looking … Continue reading

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Blog Content: Values and Strategy

I want this blog to be open-ended. I don’t want to make content for a defined goal, in the traditional sense of writing to serve the audience of a niche. I want my “niche” to be my fascination with how … Continue reading

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Passion as a Content Development Strategy

I’ve been reading and writing a lot about developing a personal sense of branding and identity since the first week of January. Before getting too busy with planned content generation for my new blog I wanted to feel out what … Continue reading

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Grown Up Soul For the Inner Child

I’ve been writing most of the day today, off and on, and not getting anywhere. I’ve made a stab at practical idea after practical idea and come up with phrases that don’t stick together in paragraphs, and flat-spirited paragraphs that … Continue reading

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