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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.

What Is Web3 – The Future of the Internet or a Fantasy?

By Andrew Murray | April 22, 2022

Some view Web3 (or Web 3.0) as the future of the internet. The overall promise of Web3 is decentralizing power on the internet and putting your data back in your control… but will it work?

The 6 Best Free Keyword Research Tools for Web Writers

By Andrew Murray | December 31, 2021

The right free keyword research tools can help you connect with your audience, draw in more traffic, attract better targeted traffic, and generate ideas.

How to Use Keywords to Generate New Content Ideas

By Andrew Murray | December 3, 2021

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.

What’s the Difference Between WordPress Categories and Tags?

By Andrew Murray | August 6, 2021

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.

Understanding Google PageSpeed Insights — The Basics

By Andrew Murray | May 21, 2021

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!

3 Reasons You Need an Effective Linking Strategy on Your Website

By Andrew Murray | April 30, 2021

You need an effective linking strategy on your website, one that includes internal links and external links. And you clients need this, too!

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What Is a CDN and Does Your Website Need One?

By Andrew Murray | January 29, 2021

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.

8 Steps to Optimizing Your Posts and Pages for Search

By Lauren Bennight | August 7, 2020

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.

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