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TechCrunch Adds New Gadget Site

If you’re a subscriber to Engadget or Gizmodo, or both, there’s a new gadget site to add to your reading list – CrunchGear.

WebWorks Helps Documents Flow

WinHelp documentation does not create itself, especially out of around 80 assorted manuals; for one business, WebWorks ePublisher Pro for Word took that material and seamlessly assembled it into the format they needed.

User Behaviour and Google Site Profiles

StepForth’s methods of providing search engine optimization services for Google rankings have evolved significantly over the past year.

Good Links are Like Good Headlines

Writing a blog post is not really that different to writing any other type of copy, especially when it comes to the headline of a post.

For Whom The Blather Tolls

Ben Goodger, lead engineer for Firefox, embraced the Hemingway mindset in describing how busy people should approach writing.

IBM Wants To Eclipse Unix Developers

The command line is a wonderful thing, and a developer skilled in the ways of vi (or emacs if you must) can build great applications; IBM thinks developers can do even better with its Eclipse IDE.

Will Writing a Business Book Generate Sales Leads?

If you have more than a passing interest in writing a business book, this is worth checking out.

Spotlight on Search Interview with Heather Lloyd-Martin of SuccessWorks

A lot of buzz in the SEO community lately has been focused on the value of creating compelling content as if it’s a new idea.

Glypho Open Sources Novel Writing

Here’s a new site I learned about via email (see, Steve learns). It’s called Glypho.

Blogging Isn’t Just Writing, It’s a Dialogue

So magazine vet Simon Dumenco is saying that blogs are just writing and that he underlying creative/media function remains exactly the same.

Here at CES

Ahh, those hour-long taxi lines are so fun! And that was at midnight last night.

No Internet Bubble?

Another Internet Bubble? Not according to John Battelle writing in The New York Times Friday.

Nine Things We Thought You Knew About Web Writing
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Hey you. Yes, you. You know who you are. We thought you had taken care of these web writing “demons.” But it turns out you need a little reminder.

SEO Web Content: Good Writing, Good Business
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There’s a deadly myth about search engine optimization and writing for the web: that good SEO and good writing don’t go together.

Writing Search Engine Friendly Webpages

In order to tap the huge stream of targeted traffic an internet search engine can provide a website you need to master a few common sense principles when crafting your webpages.

Writing A Business Website Sales/Marketing FAQ

Everyone on the web thinks they can write a FAQ. But then why are so many FAQs so lacking? How often have you read a FAQ and thought, “that didn’t tell me anything I needed to know!”?

20 Top Tips to Writing Effective Surveys

Writing surveys is easy; or is it? The truth is that writing surveys is easy but writing effective surveys is more difficult. The following are twenty tips that if followed will help you write more effective surveys.

Writing Articles – Two Aspects Of The Surge

Writing articles for publication on the Internet is, at the time I write this, every Internet marketer’s favourite way to get free publicity for his website.

Avoid These Web Site Design And Writing No-Nos

Is your website doomed before it even gets off the ground? A badly-designed website can turn off potential customers before they even think about buying your product.

Google’s Good Writing Content Filter

The web pages actually at the top of Google have only one thing clearly in common: good writing. Don’t let the usual SEO sacred cows and bugbears, such as PageRank, frames, and JavaScript, distract you from the importance of good content.

Small Business Debt Collection Letter Writing

Writing a debt collection letter is one of the most important skills of any small business owner. Do you have what it takes to get the money you’ve earned?