Words and Buzz

Over the course of this year I have noticed a trend, people are starting to use content from other sites to write their own.  When I ask about the content's source, the answer is always the same "There is so much out there, why re-invent the wheel?"  That is a fair thought track, however there's a big problem

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OK, I know its all over the web, but I just had to post because I'm that excited.  Yes, I truly am a geek.  I live and die by my iPhone when I'm not in front of my multiplex of monitors.  The new iPhone software will feature Cut, Copy and Paste, Push Technology, Enhanced Bluetooth features for software developers, a search function and MMS (picture and video messaging).  Finally!  I'm so glad, I cant wait for it to be released.  Anyway, you can find out more info on cNet.com and Apple.com.

If you are concerned at all about writing content for your blog or web site, know this: quality and quantity matter equally.The more often you write the better off you are and the quality matters too. Don't write an article simply so you have something new on your site, write something that matters and is worth reading. Think of your audience, would they want to spend time reading the information? The other thing to remember is, your ultimate goal is to communicate with your customers not simply to gain a higher ranking on Google. You are much better off writing a 1 paragraph article once a day than a 2 page article once a month.Keep your content relatively consistent, especially if its in a blog format. Don't jump around too much, if your content scope is too wide and varied

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