CONTENT, CONTENT, CONTENT – Website Real Estate Needs Unique, High-Quality silk lash manufacturer
This article is for anyone who uses the web – I assume that includes you since you are reading this.
Thmne Webmasters, website silk lash manufacturer, and website owners will learn why the type of content is becoming more important and how to find content that is more than just text.
Website users will learn what types of content are available. You can use this knowledge to evaluate sites and waste less time deciding if a site has what you need. You can also add or recommend some new interactive content tools to your personal, company, or favorite websites.
An Introduction to Content: What exactly IS content?
The short answer to that is – it’s EVERYTHING you see on the web! Each web page IS content that is, itself, made up of different types of silk lash manufacturer. All content is not written and it’s not created equal. Much content certainly is the written word, but content is taking on many forms on the web these days.
Web 2.0 sites like Squidoo, MySpace, Flickr, YouTube, Digg, and Bloglines (to name just a very few) allow users to create, submit and manage their own content. Look at these exciting silk lash manufacturer and ask yourself, “What different kinds of content is on here?” You should quickly notice images, photos, video, music, and text to capture and hold your attention. A little deeper look and you’ll probably find articles, ebooks, or RSS feeds.
Have you noticed more and more sites beginning to bring you interactive content? Users don’t necessarily create their own interactive content, rather they use interactive tools on these websites to educate themselves, prequalify themselves, answer their obvious questions, or just have fun. Examples of these interactive tools are online games, online calculators, blogs, maps, journals, voting, and comment boxes. Interactive content is best when it’s colorful, easy to use and engaging while still managing to be useful, helpful and informative.
Website visitors LOVE exciting and high quality content. That’s pretty silk lash manufacturer from the success of some of the sites listed above. What makes high quality content? Users have to have a reason to really like it. That may be because the message it portrays is ease of use, better quality, more relevant, more complete, more fun, more unique – more SOMETHING.
The SEO Dilemma: What is going on with the search engines?
Every website is trying to provide information to people – for different reasons to be sure. Observant website owners know that people want quality information from their silk lash manufacturer- not just optimized, keyword laden verbage – and they give it to them.
For many of us, the buzzword SEO (Search Engine Optimization) conjures up this frenzied image of millions of websites competing for page rank and keyword position, which ultimately leads to web traffic and income of some kind. There are books, articles, and companies dedicated to helping you make your site “search engine friendly”. Everyone seems to have advice for how to succeed in this race. Too much focus, however, on high rankings and search position has created huge numbers of unfriendly sites, making it tedious and painfully time-consuming to find even 1 or 2 truly useful sites. Even the most targeted search usually turns up tens of thousands of results. Do these search engine companies really think that’s what we want?
How many searches have you done where the top silk lash manufacturer are unmaintained sites as evidenced by many broken links, nonworking contact forms and such? Search results are often flooded with misleading descriptions that go nowhere but an ad page or directory listing. (I don’t have anything against directories, just the misleading ads/descriptions that keep taking me there. If it’s a directory TELL me it’s a directory.) Or, worse still, the link takes me to a page full of unorganized links where it’s all but impossible to find anything.
So, how have these dead or ineffective silk lash manufacturer floated to the top of the search engine results? A good questions to be sure and I certainly don’t know the answer. They have apparently figured out the SEO formula, but I hate to play that game because I know I’m providing my visitors with quality information. But what good is my high quality site if no one can find it? I believe these search engines want to display the highest quality and most relevant sites, but until they figure out how to evaluate them more effectively, we all have to compromise our standards to please them. A dilemma to be sure!