Be prepared to read the word ‘intent’ for some time yet. And I’m actively against keyword cramming. I’m such an arse. Also, when I hear the word ‘intent’ I always think, ‘intent to harm’ or something similar.
Here, have another really annoying business acronym – at this rate you’ll have an entire glossary of terms to ignore. I’ve lovingly written this post in the hope it will help you understand how knowing your USP can boost your organic traffic.
This post goes out to those B2B peeps that have had enough of bad (client) love. Sit back, grab a beer (or tea) and listen to some superb advice on spotting the douche bag clients and how you deal with them.
SEO content writing is such a dull subject that it often requires bags of humour or something scandalous. After all, I want you to enjoy reading this so you can pick out all the ‘value’ and apply it to your business.
Swearing. Not this old chestnut again Sarah! Yes, I know, but I don’t feel I’ve fully exorcised this demon. As Father Merrin stands by my bedside shouting “the blood of christ compels you!” I vomit this – I too, am getting tired of talking about it.
Stuff your goddamn face with the all you can E-A-T principle of SEO. And yes, I seem to love dull subjects. Perhaps I view it as a challenge, a sort of, “how interesting/funny/rude can I make this boring topic?”
I’m sure Barry has written some very adequate emails. He might even have a GCSE in English. I’m making judgments about Barry based on very little but writing a fairly decent workplace message does not, a content writer make.