You’re a web writer… you live online. You find your research online. Your work appears online. Here, you’ll find plenty of website recommendations that can help you be a better online research and a more successful web writer while having more fun doing it.
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.
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!
Do you know what a Content Delivery Network is? CDNs are vital for massive sites like Netflix and Amazon. But CDNs can benefit freelancers and small businesses, too.
As a web writer you’re in a very competitive space. Just having a website is not enough to bring traffic to it. You need to help the search engines find you.
What do you do when a client asks you to learn a new tool? One option is to dive right in and see how it goes. Andrew shares his experience with doing just that, building a website using Wix instead of Wordpress.
If you think only e-commerce sites or sites that collect super-sensitive data need to be encrypted, it might be time to rethink that position. Find out more in this edition of Tech Corner.
One of the most important decisions to make, after deciding who you’ll serve and what you’ll offer, concerns your professional website platform and hosting. Susanna Perkins helps you make this decision easier in this edition of Tech Corner.