What are Content-Rich Sites and Why Have One?
- How to figure out what kind of dog you want?
- Where to get a dog?
- How to deal with a puppy?
- Life stages of a dog
- House-training puppies Dog training
- What to feed dogs
- Whether to get more than one dog
- How to socialize dogs with other dogs and with cats?
- Exercise needs of dogs
- Training dogs to do tricks
- Treating fleas
- Common dog ailments and when to go to the vet
- Dog nutrition
- Taking your dog on a trip
Changing them out frequently is not to just put information out into the world. It is to have a site that people will come back to so that they will see the Google Adsense ads, and click on them, and then you will get checks in the mail. That is a key point, so I'm going to repeat it
I know the notion of creating your very own content rich website might be a little intimidating, but you can do it. It's not hard. You don't have to be a good write to have good content on your site. In fact, you don't have to be a writer at all. There are plenty of successful people who make a lot of money from Google Adsense and they don't write a word of that content. Will talk more about that later, but you can hire writers, or have guest writers its not hard.
Anyone can create a content-rich Website by following a few key points:
• Update that site often. Having a schedule is best.
To create a content-rich Web site, you need to hone your focus and your self-discipline. I don't have to tell you how incredibly easy it is to waste hours, even days, just surfing around the web from one site to another. You can't let yourself get distracted like that or you won t accomplish anything. Start with setting a limit to surfing for fun so that you limit your searches to sites and resources that are related very directly to your site’s subject. The discipline also applies to creating creation. Successful writers can t afford to wait for inspiration to strike before starting work. Instead, they develop a writing schedule for themselves and they stick with it like it was their job since it is. As one famous writer said, I write when I feel like it. And every morning at 9am, I make sure I feel like it. Schedule a time for yourself to sit down at your desk and write. And you'll need to develop another schedule for when to add content to your Website, and follow that schedule religiously. Make a commitment to yourself and follow through with it. And remember, if you just simply can't write, or you find yourself making too many excuses not to write content, just hire someone. Go to Elance.com and post a project to write 20 articles of 300-600 words each for $5 to $10 each. You'll find someone.
Regular updates are critical to your site
Nothing is deader than a website that looks like somebody s forgotten about it. Regularly updating or modifying your site content gives you a big advantage over the competition. Web surfers will keep on coming back to your site if they notice that there is always something new to see, learn, or enjoy each time.
What Kind of Content Should I Put Up?
You know the people who are your audience, since ideally you're talking about something you know about. For instance, if you're talking about Ultimate Frisbee, it's because you play it. So you know what other Ultimate people are like, and what they want to know and what they find entertaining. Once you know that, you can decide about which types of content will best serve
Their needs and how to go about finding or creating it. Here are some general categories to get you started with your brainstorming:
- Feature articles
- Political opinion
- News stories
- Art galleries
- A conglomeration of the best content
- Reviews of movies, books, music
- Interactive features - polls, feedback, discussion groups, forums, chat Editorials
- Articles should be relevant to your site.
- Articles ought to educate, entertain or inform. Don t overwhelms people; stick to one or two ideas
- Refrain from rehashing an article you’ve read somewhere else
.By publishing something that snew, you up the value and credibility of your site.
3. Make sure you get exclusivity. When someone writes for you, make sure they won't submit that same article to dozens of other Web sites and newsletters. When your site publishes exclusive content, you have opportunities for syndication in other publications, online and off, and you gain a lot of reader loyalty. The key phrase in a contract with a writer is that you're buying all rights, including electronic.
On the other hand, if you can manage to run a site that actually features a somewhat well-mannered debate, you'll have a huge hit on your hands. Be prepared to moderate this type of site.
• As a feature article • As short news clips, with a link to the full story • As news stories, where each item is explained at length