Instructional Article – Proper Content

Instructional Article - Proper Content

The information that follows is one way to look at SEO, and after reading the article you are free to form your own opinion. Whether or not you agree with the subject matter is up to you, and you are certainly free to make up your own mind about the material presented here.

Writing Proper Content for Content in SEO

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Part of being a successful businessperson online is churning out great, SEO-friendly content. Actually writing this content yourself will save you a lot of money in the long run, but it’s always important that you’re able to command attention with your writing. Unless you’re able to quickly grab attention, your content may be ignored altogether.

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The first thing you should focus on here is a headline that commands attention. You want to capture someone’s attention, and this requires some literary talent. Alliterations, rhymes, puns, and phrases which emphasize benefits succinctly will make a reader feel like browsing the rest of your content.

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A title is a great location for a keyword. The general rule here is that the higher in the article a keyword is placed, the more relevant it will stand to a search engine. Just remember not to force it in there, though. Find a keyword or phrase that flows naturally with what you’re writing about. >

Another great way to grab someone’s attention with your content is to provide them with a step-by-step instructional article. Think of something in the how-to category. People are always looking for how-to articles, and you have a good chance here to develop a readership.

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While it is true that a great writer can wow people with only words, you also have to remember that we’re talking about the internet here. Using graphics and high-quality images to capture attention is a great move that you should employ where applicable.

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Writing articles for your site or for directories gives you a great chance to format them with multiple headers. If you’re adding tags to each header, you’re essentially giving your article a much better chance of ranking highly per its respective category. Just remember to use relevant tags only.

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Though you may be inclined to break out the thesaurus to use bigger words and fluffier adjectives, you should resist this temptation and just use a very basic vocabulary. With web content, the idea is to communicate directly with people via a conversational tone; you don’t want to talk over people’s heads.

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You may think that more words give you more opportunity to put in your keywords, but you’re actually losing readers with longer content. You have to look at SEO and at developing a readership, with the readership actually holding more importance. So be short and concise with your content. Don’t fluff it up with purple prose and vexing verbiage.

Instructional Article - Proper Content

No matter what you’re writing about, you need to place a call to action at the end. This doesn’t have to be designed to sell anything per se; it can be to simply remind someone to sign up for a newsletter or to take some other type of action. Every great web article needs a strong call to action to conclude with.

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Writing quality web content gives your readers something to look forward to and will ultimately help you to develop a larger audience. If you think you’re ready to get started, then remember to use the tips above to help you construct quality content.

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    • Jdotson200
    • December 17, 2013
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    How To Get Started In Free Running? I’ve been reading several articles and watching several instructional videos on the sport of free-running and parkour. I consider myself to be in great physical condition and I have no doubt that I would have no problems learning the techniques.

    My question is for anyone who is involved with free running/parkour.
    How did you get started? What did you do to practice and learn when you were just starting out?

    Any and all tips and/or advice would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks

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      • Admin
      • December 17, 2013
      Reply

      I’ve onli just started out myself but i just chilled out n watched ppl doing it n asked them if they could teach me the basics

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    • M K
    • December 19, 2013
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    I Have To Do An Instructional Video For My Communications Technology Class On A Topic Of My Choice. Any Ideas? What should I choose as my topic. For example, how to ride your bike or how to bake a cake.

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      • Admin
      • December 19, 2013
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      Try reading these:

      Careers in Television and Video: Producing a Video Project and Script Development
      http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/641181/careers_in_television_and_video_producing.html

      TV Careers: Scriptwriting and Audio Visual (A/V) Scripts for Television and Video
      http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/644749/tv_careers_scriptwriting_and_audio.html

      How to Think of Ideas for Your Web Video
      http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/674459/how_to_think_of_ideas_for_your_web.html

      Good luck!

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    • Fez F
    • January 3, 2014
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    What Is A Good Auto Mechanic Instructional Video Course? I’m trying to learn how to fix cars so I can buy cars that need somework and sell them for a profit. I know there is a school for that like lincoln tech but they charge 20 thousand and thats a bit high for me. I want to learn little by little. So if anyone knows of a decent video course that I can order or a textbook on the subject then I would really appreciate it.

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      As such,there are no video courses on auto training,because you learn by actually doing it.Yes,the schools are expensive,but at the same time,you learn everything that is needed.

      Another way of learning,is to get a parts position,or a position as a mechanic’s helper,but you will still have to buy your own tools,with the latter position.

      Another way,is to buy a cheap vehicle and tear it apart,then replace everything needed,as you put it back together again.Chilton,do a series of master manuals,that cover different engines,rather than models.These master manuals,are about four inches thick and are more in depth,that traditional repair manuals.Mitchell,are the ones that service centers use,but are incredibly expensive,though sometimes can be found used on ebay and Amazon.com

      Other ways are to use sites like……

      http://chilton.cengage.com/

      http://www.ase-certification-training.com/default.asp?article=gooau5&gclid=CIiI_5e7550CFShGagod_ltSMQ

      http://www.cleverdude.com/content/find-technical-service-bulletins-tsbs-for-your-car-online/

      You can also learn a lot,by sites like these…………

      http://www.gates.com
      http://www.cardone.com

      and many others.

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    • Jdotson200
    • January 11, 2014
    Reply

    How To Get Started In Free Running? I’ve been reading several articles and watching several instructional videos on the sport of free-running and parkour. I consider myself to be in great physical condition and I have no doubt that I would have no problems learning the techniques.

    My question is for anyone who is involved with free running/parkour.
    How did you get started? What did you do to practice and learn when you were just starting out?

    Any and all tips and/or advice would be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks

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    1. Reply

      I’ve onli just started out myself but i just chilled out n watched ppl doing it n asked them if they could teach me the basics

      View Comment
    • Corgi6
    • January 26, 2014
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    How Can I Help A Beginning Singer Use Their Head Voice? I’ve always been able to naturally understand and be capable of singing music, but my choir director wants me to help out the less advanced choir, particularly in discovering the covered “head voice” (as opposed to the chest voice). How can I teach others to use this head voice? Does anyone know some good exercises or pieces of advice?

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      You have a lazy choir director. I’m frankly infuriated that he doesn’t himself try to help the “less advanced” choir. Does he think they are not worthy of his time and effort that he would hand them over to another student?

      Sometimes it’s not enough to be a good singer yourself–you need to know how to pass that knowledge and ability to someone else in a way that they can successfully achieve what you have. You have always “naturally understood”–which means you never had to think about what to do to sing in a head voice. You just did. Some people are lucky that way. They have natural placement. They instinctively seem to know how to breathe to support their voices and they have a innate ability to interpret music in a sensitive and meaningful way. They still may be lousy teachers if they don’t also know EXACTLY what happens physically when they do all these “natural” things. If they don’t understand, then they can’t explain or demonstrate clearly to someone to whom these things must be taught.

      There are people who can’t carry a tune at all–even though they know they are singing off key and hate the way they sound. A good voice teacher would be able to tell what they needed to do to allow them to reproduce the pitches they can actually hear (because very few people are literally “tone-deaf”).

      My advice is that you go back to your choir director and ask HIM to explain to YOU what you need to do to help the choir. Even so, it’s not that simple. You would still need to know enough to be able to tell if the choir members are singing correctly or sounding “close enough” but singing in a way that could potentially damage their voices.

      However, here are some articles and websites I particularly like that discuss vocal training, physical aspects of singing, etc. Then you will know what I mean when I say I am really angry that your choir director would expect you to do this.

      http://www.vocalsplendor.com/diaphragm.html
      http://www.singwise.com/cgi-bin/main.pl?section=articles&doc=AnatomyOfVoice
      http://www.voiceteacher.com/passaggio.html
      http://web.ku.edu/~cmed/private/wurglerarticle.html
      http://www.thesingersresource.com/vocal_health.htm (take a look at the very technical “Laryngeal Biomechanics Of The Singing Voice”)
      http://www.leedberg.com/voice/ (This has articles on the adolescent voice–definitely look at these)
      http://www.vocalist.org.uk/
      http://www.vocalist.org/
      http://www.ehow.com (has instructional articles, videos, etc. just look up what you are interested in learning–more likely to find actual experts or teachers contributing to the site compared to just Youtube)

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    • Anonymous
    • February 10, 2014
    Reply

    Perceptual Instructional Data? What is perceptual instructional data?

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      • Admin
      • February 10, 2014
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      Selecting Invitational Teachers: The Use of Perceptual Data in the …
      http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/recordDetail?accno=ED152719by MM Wasicsko – 1978 – Cited by 3 – s
      The results indicate that teacher selection officials can be trained to use perceptual inference data in making teacher selection decisions.

      [PDF]
      The Cognitive, Perceptual, and Instructional Preferences of …
      adksvod.library.nenu.edu.cn/upload/soft/0000/32-03-48.pdfFile Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat – Quick View
      by TJ Rollins – Cited by 8 – Related articles
      Style Profile consists of 23 subscales which provide data within three major areas–cognition, perceptual learning styles

      Teaching and learning in Second Life: Using the Community of …
      http://www.mendeley.com/…/teaching-learning-second-life-us... – United Statesby ML Burgess – 2010 – Cited by 14 – Related articles
      As virtual worlds become more widely utilized in education to deliver instruction, the … and the CoI Survey to measure observational and perceptual data in the …

      The use of observational data for formative evaluation of an …
      http://www.springerlink.com/index/JH47096045344V63.pdf

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    • Dave A
    • March 19, 2014
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    Spring Turkey Hunting Basics? Online Instructional Videos? I am an avid deer and bird hunter in Wisconsin but have never gone turkey hunting. Just getting into it and my first hunt is next week. Anyone have any suggestions where i can find good hunting instructions online? maybe some videos about calling? or when/where to be in the woods?

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      You may want to read the various turkey hunting articles at the Knight & Hale Web site:

      http://www.knightandhale.com/HuntingArticles

      I would also stop by…

      http://www.squidoo.com/turkey-calls
      http://www.squidoo.com/turkey-decoys

      …which are both filled with helpful turkey hunting tips and techniques.

      Finally, there are some great “how to” turkey hunting videos here…

      http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=09E943A54FE7173D

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    • Scott M
    • April 8, 2014
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    Question For You People Everything To Do With My Body Gets Infected? I have a pircing in my ear the firstt time i got it done it got infected i had my tattoo done it got infected i had a operaton and it got infected , ance i use cream and stuff but it getts more flamed up for some reason can some one answer this i find it very weird

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      You are most likely not taking care of them properly. Piercings are wounds, and depending on what kind you got, they could need a lot of care. Tattoos are open wounds and especially need attention. If you want piercings and tattoos, you NEED to be responsible in how you take care of them. The piercer/tattooist should have given you directions on paper, did they? And if you are unsure, there are many helpful instructional articles online.
      People have died from infected body mods, so be careful!!!

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    • Berkut
    • April 20, 2014
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    Is There An Instructional Web Site To Print “BATIK” Fabric? I

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      Here ya go……

      http://www.diynetwork.com/diy/lb_other/article/0,2025,DIY_13995_2273925,00.html

      LOL, looks like a lot of work, but surely rewarding with the finished process. I’d buy mine cuz I’m lazy!!!!

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    • Jgk5252
    • May 24, 2014
    Reply

    Belly Dancing Instructional DVD’s? I want to try belly dancing at home just for fun and I was wondering if anyone knows of any easy-to-follow and inexpensive instructional DVD’s?

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      I don’t recommend tring a DVD. Even if your just looking to do it for fun you will have a lot of fun in a class. If you have no bellydance experience at all you run a good risk of injuring yourself by using a home video. Especially if you go for the inexpensive ones. Bellydance when done correctly and safely is a great exercise and causes minimal harm to the body but, it is extremely hard to learn safe correct posture, positioning, and safe technique from a DVD. At least take a few beginners lessons to learn safe posture and technique and then try practicing at home with videos. All video’s, books, websites, articles, etc… are meant to be suplemental to actual lessons not a substitute for them. However, here’s a list of resources you may find useful.

      WEBSITES (for finding teachers/classes)
      http://www.shira.net – probably the most extensive directory
      http://www.middleeasterndance.net – my site which has a decent sized directory as well.
      http://www.bhuz.com – another large directory as well as a great forum which can answer pretty much every question you will ever have about bellydance since it’s comprised of bellydancers from all over the world.
      If you can’t find lessons looking on these three sites there may not be any in your area.

      WEBSITES (for learning moves on-line)
      http://www.middleeasterndance.net – my own site look under the movements section, there will be enough to keep you busy for a long time. Also please read the before you begin section with the disclaimer, warm-up, cool-down, and basics about posture.
      http://www.shira.net – Shira’s site is an extensive collection of articles written about and for bellydancers and can provide you with a wealth of information that will be very beneficial. It’s one of the oldest and most respected sites on the Internet and is referenced by bellydancers world-wide. She has a specific page which tells you how to do some moves as well as extensive links to other sites that offer on-line lessons as well.
      http://www.venusbellydance.com/vocabulary.htm – More movement descriptions.
      http://www.aleena.com/miramar/ – go to on-line dance lessons there are several articles about dancing there.
      http://www.zilltech.com/onlinelessons.htm – Another old, well, respected website full of information you should check out. She offers a few instructions for several basic moves.
      http://www.kawakib.com/page-30.html – more of a technique lesson but might be helpful after learning some basics.
      http://www.raqs.co.nz/moves.html – has some descriptions of select movements.

      BOOKS
      Belly Dancing Basics by Laura A. Cooper (ISBN: 140271078X) – newer book, not great but not bad either.
      The Art of Belly Dancing by Dahlena with Dona Z. Meilach – This book is out of print but shows up on amazon and e-bay from time to time. It’s ok but it’s written for a different time the history part is especially questionable but the moves are pretty straight forward.
      Grandmother’s Secrets by Rosina-Fawzia Al-Rawi (ISBN: 1566563267) – An interesting read has several descriptions of dance moves as well.
      A lot of books have been coming on the market recently and most of them (excluding out of print books) are available at Barnes and Nobel or borders books as well as other chains and smaller stores.

      ON-LINE INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEOS
      http://www.trybellydancing.com/ – Like a mini instructional video available online. It’s not bad quality.
      http://www.expertvillage.com/interviews/egyptian-belly-dancing.htm Several mini instructional segments on various moves as well as zills, costuming, and musicality.
      http://bellyrolls.com/howtopage.html – more mini on-line instructionals. The video quality is a little poorer and not is clear to see but the instructional quality is decent.

      VIDEOS
      Precision Motion Workout Series by Suzanna Del Vecchio – offers good posture basics as well as quality instruction on many moves.
      Bellydance for Fitness Series by Neena and Veena Bidasher – this series is very cheap and available from major retailers like target, walmart, borders, and Barnes and Nobel but the quality of instruction is low. This is more of a workout for beginner dancers who already have had some training. The videos are a good quality as far as picture and sound but these are not good for an absolute beginner.
      If you have any questions about bellydancing, please feel free to contact me through my site http://www.middleeasterndance.net

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    • Snap. Crackle. Pop.
    • May 26, 2014
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    Best Canadian Horse Magazine? I was looking at either Canadian Horse Journal or Horse Canada. Any preference? Or maybe you have another favourite that is neither? Tell moi! ^_^

    I’m 18, female, if that makes a difference. But, I like researching and the like. :3
    I don’t own a horse currently, but hope to in the near future. I’d like to know as much as possible about healthcare, etc, before I get one.

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      I prefer Horse Canada. It has great Canadian content. excellent instructional articles as well as clinical issues with horses. After 30 some odd years I have subscribed to many magazines however most magazines are based on American or other countries content. This is specific to Canada and well put together.

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    • Melaniecampbell
    • May 31, 2014
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    Patterns For Making Your Own All In One Cloth Diapers? I am looking into making my own cloth diapers, the all in one kind. If you have a pattern you can email me or a link for a free pattern, I’d really appreciate it!!

    Also, any tips and hints about cloth diapering (what exactly I need to do from Step 1 on) would be appreciated too…

    Thanks!
    Also, forgot to ask- can anyone give me a basic list of the supplies I will need for cloth diapering a newborn? I am due July 8th.
    By a list, I mean- how many diapers should I get, what sizes, any additional accessories necessary, what soap I should use, etc. I am really looking for someone to say– THIS is what you NEED to buy to do this. Here is a list, go buy it! LOL
    Also, I want diapers that velcro or snap closed– no pins please!!
    I have heard about Kissaluvs, bum genius, gdiapers… I may go with the kissaluvs, and then make my own once I get the hang of cloth diapering… what do you think?

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      Cloth diapers are awesome! Less rash, cuter, no weird chemicals, less waste, more convenient (yes, that’s right), and less expensive! I have a treasure trove of links in my MySpace blog. Feel free to email me if you have MySpace and want to read it. For now, check out http://www.diaperpin.com. It has lots of great information. You can also look at http://www.cottonbabies.com. I buy all my diapers there, but they have lots of instructional articles there. As far as a pattern, I just used a diaper that I liked (Kissaluvs) and copied it. You’re on the right track. Step 1 is surfing the web and reading everything you can! Kudos and good luck!

      Edit: Jo-C, thank you for the trip back to 1970! It’s great to be reminded of what our mothers did for us. I’m sure some people still do those things, but nobody I know diapers like that anymore!

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