Welcome to the Wealthy Web Writer Tech Corner: Check out how-tos, recommendations, and demonstrations of tools that can help you increase your productivity, improve your organization, and boost your performance.
You’re a web writer. You can’t finish your day-to-day tasks without software. You use it to browse the Internet, to write documents, to share documents, to store notes, to track time. Make sure you’re picking the best options for your needs and learn how to use them better. Explore software options…
As a web writer you live online. You find your research online. Your work appears online. Plenty of websites exist that can help make your life easier and more productive. But, it can be hard to find them. Here, you’ll find recommendations on websites you don’t want to miss. Check out the latest websites for writers…
Make the tools you use do more. From WordPress plug-ins to toolbars you can add to your browser, you’ll find lots of tips and solutions to help make your work easier and more fun. Having the right technology at your fingertips helps leverage your time and boosts your satisfaction. Do more with everything…
The right free keyword research tools can help you connect with your audience, draw in more traffic, attract better targeted traffic, and generate ideas.
If you’re sitting there staring at a blank screen, open a search engine and start typing. Google (or any other search engine) can quickly help you come up with oodles of relevant content ideas.
When doing your keyword research, it will go so much better if you understand the search intent behind the keywords. Discover five kinds of search intent and how to use them to do better keyword research.
Project Management Software can be a valuable tool. If used properly, it can be a time-saver… especially on complicated projects with a lot of different parts. But it can also be a time waster if you don’t carefully choose your software and implement it thoughtfully.
Google’s Search Console Insights (SCI) presents information in a user-friendly way, so you can quickly see how a website is performing.
WordPress categories and tags can help you organize the content on your site to make it easier for your visitors to find what they’re looking for.
If you’re using Mailchimp, you might not be aware of a handy feature called Click Map. Click Map shows which links users clicked on and how many times users clicked each link. It’s like a heat map for links.
When working with a client or a web developer, it can be helpful to understand Google PageSpeed Insights and Core Web Vitals. You don’t have to do the tech work, but being in the know is good!