Cornerstone content pieces are those articles on your website you’re most proud of. They reflect your business, communicate your mission and are extremely well written. These are the articles you would like to rank high in the search engines. Cornerstone articles are usually explainers; these articles combine insights from different blog posts.
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by Paras Chopra
“Long landing pages v/s short landing pages is a debate that is as old as the Internet itself. ” A good read to explain why ‘less is more’ in terms of getting a better engagement level from that landing page. A small part of the
Landing Page Optimization: the Complete Guide
a must read for anyone involved in the process, and filled with good information. Go to http://conversionbase.com/landing-page-optimization/ for more information ok? That might sound obvious to some but, but 44% of B2B clicks are still being directed to a homepage.
In looking in SlideShare for something else, this document from Business 2 Community caught my eye. Liked it so sharing in my blog for 2 reasons, 1 to make better posts and 2 provide it for others to use in their blogging efforts.
Guy sold his first website in August of 1995, and has continued his web solutions company offering design, development and deployment, usability or support services since. His previous work experience as the marketing director for an ISP, radio sales, television news announcer, have all have helped to build the company. 19 years plus online doesn’t hurt a bit to be a web developer.
After I watched this Matt Cutts answer, I knew it had to be shared in the blog, for clarity’s sake.
Agreed? Comments always welcome, but keep them simple ok?
Yes, it’s a day late but things got hectic for a couple hours on Friday the 14th.
Here’s the weekly roundup for the week ending 6/14/2013
Will Sony or HTC phablets vanquish the mighty Galaxy Note? http://drippler.com/updates/share/will-sony-or-htc-phablets-vanquish-mighty-galaxy-note Via j.mp/getDrippler
According to the 2011 Blue Research report, “Consumer Perceptions of Online Registration and Social Login,” 77% of consumers believe social login should be offered — this is up from 66% in 2010. Additionally, nearly 8 in 10 consumers would prefer to login to sites using a social identity, versus traditional account creation. — read more
My Chrome Theme, was looking at a new Google Plus followers’ profile and saw a couple of posts he’d added about new Chrome Theme’s he’d created. Upon investigation, I found this link from the Google Chrome store for making themes “My Chrome Theme” is the name. Easy as cake to use, I’ve created 3 themes of my own, here are those links:
Also on that day somebody asked about WordPress Security (that’s a buzzword these days it seems) and here’s what I sent them as a starting point
Is BING crawling your site, too much?
To crawl or not to crawl, that is BingBot’s question
Complete Guide to Google Plus Posts and Photos by Martin Shervington
10 Things You Never Knew You Could Do With A USB Flash Drive (got