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How To Get Free Advertising By Giving Away Online Content
Giving away content is a powerful way to get free advertising. For example, give other people permission to use your article on their web site or in their e-zine. The resource box at the end of your article acts as an ad. In return, you get free advertising. It's a win/win situation for both you and the people that need the extra content.
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How to add random RSS content to your site
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Most savvy internet marketers will know how important it is to have fresh content added to their sites on a daily basis but the problem sometimes is to find the time and/or content. Adding an RSS feed is a good way to add fresh content to a site, but the problem again is that most of them only get updated on a weekly basis. </font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">I have been wracking my brains trying to find a semi- automated way to do this to make my life a little bit easier. The search engines are always looking for fresh content - adding random RSS feeds seemed to be the answer! </font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">So I did so some searches on the Internet to see what is available. A search for "add random content to site" sure enough brought up a bevy of links - most of which went to sites that wanted to sell me their products for hundreds of dollars! </font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Having been on the Internet for quite a while I know by now that most of the information that is on sale can most times be found with just a little bit of work. So I refined my searches somewhat and I found a gem that I would like to share with you for…. You guessed it - free! It will take a bit of work from your side to tweak the script a bit, but it's worth it, right? </font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">First you will have to head over to: http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex17/randomiframe.htm and copy the available java script. This displays a little content box 130x130. Go on, before they decide to start selling it! </font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Paste the script into your favourite editor and make the following changes: </font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">To change it to display your content you will have to make the box a little bigger. To achieve that you have to change this piece of code: </font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">width=130 height=130 </font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">I have mine set to width=500 height=800 but you should change it to fit your content. Play around with it a bit and change the width or height where necessary. If you do not want a frame around your content, change this piece of code: </font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">frameborder="1" to frameborder="0 </font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">To display your content, you will have to create html pages for it. For now, just create a blank html page, I will show you later where to get the content for it. </font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">As you can see, the script calls the pages like this: </font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">randomcontent="random1.htm" - change the "random" to whatever you want to call your created html page - e.g. successstory1.htm. </font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">You can basically display unlimited pages with this script. To add more pages to display, just add: </font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">e.g. randomcontent="random5.htm", randomcontent="random6.htm" etc. </font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">You can now add the script to any page that you want to display random content on. </font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">To get free rss content to rotate, head on over to http://www.goarticles.com They also have literally thousands of free articles that you can use for fresh content on your site. </font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Add the code for the rss scripts to the blank html pages that you have created (or an article if you so prefer) then upload all your pages to your server. Make sure that the page that you are calling them from (the page with the randomizer java script) and your content pages are in the same directory, otherwise you will have to change the path to the pages in the java script code! </font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">If you would like to get more rss feeds, just do a search for "free rss feeds" on any of the search engines. </font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">So, there you have it. Randomized rss content for your site without having to pay a cent. Enjoy your fresh content and the increased traffic! </font>
<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Joan Masterson is the owner of http://www.womenatwork.co.za - a site that offers free work at home resources and information </font>
QuarkXpress Tips: How to Move Content Between Print and Web Layouts
Since its release in 1987, QuarkXpress had made an immediate impact to computer enthusiasts. QuarkXPress introduced precision typography, layout and color control to the desktop computer, and delivered those features to designers at a fraction of the cost of proprietary typesetting systems. Quark software programs had been widely utilized to create, design and manage their documents such as books, catalogs, brochures, packaging, newspapers, magazines and online materials.
At present, Quark maintains its industry leadership with a product line that ties together traditional print publishing with enterprise content management, personalization and tools for creating collaborative, cross-media workflows. Regarding enterprise content management, I have here a brief description about moving or copying content between print and web layouts. Here are the ways to achieve this.
First, change the layout medium type in the Layout Properties dialog box (Layout > Layout Properties). Next, drag items between projects. Then, copy items from one layout and paste them into the other. Drag items into a library, and then from the library into a layout. It is important to note that if you convert a box from one type of layout to another, some of that box's attributes may no longer apply. However, they are saved with the box. Say, a text box in a web layout is set to export in JPEG format. If you convert the layout to a print layout, the "export as JPEG" setting is ignored. But if you drag that box into a different web layout, it will still remember the "export as JPEG" setting.
When you transfer content from a print to a web layout, several cganges occur. The Convert to Graphic on Export check box is checked for all text boxes. This ensures that text in the print layout is displayed, whether or not the text styles can be formatted in an HTML text box. Linked text boxes on facing pages are displayed as separate text boxes on the same page in a Web layout. The first box of a spread of linked text boxes can be moved to a Web layout and it will contain the content from all the linked boxes in the spread. Tabs are displayed as spaces in a Web layout. Remember also that style sheet attributes that are not supported in HTML text boxes are marked with an asterisk in the Edit Style Sheets dialog box (Edit > Style Sheets).
There you have it, folks! You can now apply this simple tutorial in your next project using Quark Xpress. Enjoy what you're doing.
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The 4-Fundamentals of Quality Content
The 4-Fundamentals of Quality Content
Quite often, the word 'quality' is over-used. A search on Google renders over 341 million results on the word 'quality.' Certain individuals use the word to describe time spent with much-loved ones. Others use it as an adjective to describe something as tangible as a phone card.
But what makes one phone card a quality calling card versus the next one? Is it the injection molding of the branded name in the phone card that defines its quality? Even more curious, what makes for quality web copy? Unlike, a phone card or time spent with cherished individuals, quality copy possesses a few discernible features:
High impact information value 100 percent original copy Key word driven Customer-oriented-- relevant information
Recently, I endeavored to prove the theory by conducting a poll on a global network of professionals, Adrants.com. The poll asked participants what motivates their online buying behavior:
A. A stalwart brand identity B. Benefit driven copy C. Testimonials D. A Product Guarantee E. Other
Purposely, I left out price and substituted it with the word "other." By and large, (73 percent of the participants) of the survey showed that consumers were interested in all four aspects of the marketing message (branding, benefits, guarantees and testimonials). Only, 27 percent of the respondents chose other and added the comment "price." Thumbs-up, it demonstrates how quality content may outperform price.
Have you ever reached a site and found gibberish for content? The information appears as if an illiterate madman tried their hand at web copy. It's the type of site that does not contain either a relevant or specific message. The sole purpose is to impel the visitor to escape quickly with a click elsewhere. What are the 4 fundamentals of quality content?
Branding via original copy distinguishes one site from the next. It leaves a dent or impression that a business appears to be reputable. Moreover, it sets one site apart from the pack. As a result, the virtual store is deemed as a resource versus just another portal filled with plagiarized cut and pasted data. (Writing tip: To authenticate your company's brand, describe what makes your business different from your competition. Remember to detail your company's specialty or marketing niche.).
High impact information is critical because it builds the foundation of trust between the visitor and your web site. It demonstrates that you are the expert or professional source regarding the topic or industry - at hand. For example, let's say that you sell emergency weather equipment and gear on your site. The following fact would add relevancy to your site:
FACT: Each year approximately, 800 tornadoes are reported across the United States. Over 1,500 injuries and 80 deaths are the end-result of the damaging destruction of tornadoes. Tornadoes have the capability of moving at a velocity of 250 miles per hour or more.
Using a fact like the above example solves several purposes: 1) It creates a need for the visitor to learn more about your products. 2) It establishes you as the credible and reliable source for equipment products 3) Both visitors and search engines are sparked by your well-written content.
Key word driven copy - Without words, your prospects and target market are unable to find you when they run a search query. Since the rules of key word density are shifting all the time, it is best to maintain 4-5 key words on a web page (In the heading, top, center and end). Excessive use of key words can taint your results on Google. (Writing tip: Remember to cross-reference relevant and related words in your marketing communiqué. To analyze your site's keyword density visit www.keywordcounts.com).
Benefits, testimonials and relevant information -An online consumer's shopping experience is diminished when a visitor lands on a web site and is unable to figure out what the product or service is. Relevant copy provides information regarding a specific dilemma the prospect may be enduring. The copy offers a solution with explicit benefits - detailed in a succinct élan. (Writing tip: To encourage visitor stickiness add a benefit-driven bulleted list for fast browsing ease).
One common mistake, I see most people make in the promotions of their web sites are over promoting their accolades. People really don't care how your business started out in India. Customers want to be confident that a web site will deliver the products and services to quell their needs.
Quality content offers the reader a benefit or advantage to learn more about why they should opt-in, buy or use your products and services. Dissimilar to the subjectivity of family time and calling cards, quality content is easily identifiable. Most importantly, it is mandatory for any e-marketer who wants to automate their sales results.
© 2005 - fruitionMedia.net To learn more about quality content visit http://www.fruitionMedia.net. Holly Bentz is the owner of a media boutique, www.fruitionMedia.net. From conversion driven web copy, to subliminal e-sales letters and informative articles, Bentz takes pride in providing informative yet entertaining copy.
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