The internet has opened up unlimited opportunities for many people regardless of the degree they hold or their place of living. COVID sped up the process of online transformation, and many businesses have already gone online, which has increased demand for writing jobs. Freelance writers can find jobs on freelancing sites, run company blogs, or create content for private clients. However, the question of fees is one of the most frequently asked on forums and Facebook groups, particularly by writers who are starting their freelance writing services.
Creating content takes time. A blogger who has invested time and resources in content creation feels unsatisfied when they do not see results at all or the outcome is poor. The proper length of blog posts might be one of the reasons why content does not rank well. Here are practical recommendations on how to know what is the perfect length for blog posts.
Books have always been an important part of my professional and personal development. One of my professional mentors taught me to never stop educating myself and learn new things every day. Nowadays, it seems people do not need to read books as access to the Internet is free and quick. More than that, it usually takes time for authors to write and publish their books. Being available in books shops, books might provide already outdated information. To some point I agree with this view, and prefer reading business-related blogs. However, in some cases books provide such value you will never find on the Internet. This list of books is not final, and will be updated on a regular basis.
In October 2019, Google announced a new update called Bert, as it strives to understand searches, conversational language, context and its nuances. In this post I will be concentrating on two ways to find and incorporate NLP words into your website or post, but If you want to know more about Bert and Natural Language Processing, go to these in-depth articles:
How Is NLP Changing The Way We do On-Page SEO in 2020 By Surferseo
What Is Natural Language Processing and What Does It Mean for SEO By Seo Butler
Nowadays, a blog is successful when it attracts traffic from various sources: Google search and image results, social media, and so on. The key goal for Google is to satisfy search needs regardless of where people look for information. People’s perception varies, some prefer to analyse information in text form, others will be inspired by images.
If you run a blog in order to monetize traffic, you know that posting helpful content is a must. On forums many bloggers ask how often they should publish their content or why their blog posts do not generate traffic.
While I was doing my research on alternatives to Canva, it seemed most design tools that are worth mentioning were discussed in the blog post. With a safe conscience I was thinking of the next article when I came across a post in Telegram recommending blush.design tool that labels themselves as illustrations for everyone.
Canva is one of the tools that is often recommended by bloggers. Although I have been using Canva for a couple of years along with other instruments, from time to time I check and test other platforms. I sometimes find good alternatives that I am happy with, and I am also quite unsatisfied with other tools and brand that create useless replicas.
Financial crises happen and will happen again in the future. If you think that the crisis of 2020 is the last one, you are naïve. In some ways every crisis has its own benefits and shows the weakest points in your life. Were you fired? However, do you really love your job and colleagues, do you have great possibilities to be promoted? Answer yourself honestly. A company is closed? But does it produce a product that customers really like? Changes are not painless, but we all need them to understand ourselves better and our impact on the world we live in.
Nowadays, blogging is becoming more popular and you can come across many successful stories of professional transformation. Although most bloggers do not usually reveal all of the nuances (so called before and after) that might be crucial for others to make a decision. That is why many beginners are really surprised when they discover that running a blog requires (significant) investment of money and time.