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Guidelines On How To Write Great Website Content

Web Content Design Or Detailed Guidelines On How To Write Great Websites

Great websites are not built over night. Simple solutions will not be advised here because I do not believe that they exist. When I write content for this website I try to follow the guidelines listed on this page. These are the things I learned from experience of working with websites over the past several years. These items remain a constant factor of my work ethic to this day.

Following directions on this page, I hope someone else out there will be able to build great websites. Let's make the Web a better place by making better websites. The accessibility of the Internet makes it easy to build just about any kind of a website, but nothing feels greater than doing things right. It is a rewarding experience.

Search engines constantly improve their services and will only continue to do so. The rules for writing better content that is recognized by them will get even tighter with time. It used to be enough to place an exclamation point as the first character in the title tag of your webpage in order to come up to the top. Today, knowledge of more complex rules is required to get ahead of your competition. This page is designed to explain these important details.

Knowing the exact purpose of what we are doing allows us not to get disappointed when we lose track of what we are doing. It allows us to understand when we have reached our goals, instead of trying to chase an invisible reward (like Google AdSense revenue). Note, however, this is not to say that generating passive income using affiliate programs isn't possible. But it's best to keep our goals realistic and keep on doing more of the thing that we know will produce results.

1. Page content must serve single specific purpose (*most important)

2. Use the TITLE tag to build visitor's expectation of the page content

3. Content must be helpful and of practical use

4. Will it stand the test of time?

5. Is the content interesting?

6. Research, plan, design and write original, interesting content

7. Organize your content

8. You can fool Google... (note, this is not my advice)

9. But you cannot fool the visitors

10. Use interactive content that has purpose

11. Honesty is the best policy. Let your readers knows which links go out to affiliated sites

12. Don't use black background as the default color style

13. Use a platform-independent readable font (That basically means Arial or Verdana)

14. Suggest proper information inside the meta description and meta keywords fields in your HTML code

15. Don't write about subjects you don't know anything about

16. Avoid unnecessary sentences - do not write non-relevant information to fill the space

17. Watch out for grammatical and syntax errors

18. Easy to read and understand

19. Integrity of header titles and sentences

20. Start the first sentence in the paragraph with a word of interest, and continue building the sentence

21. Make main menu available at all times

22. Logically organize lists of information by importance or difficulty level

23. Do research, don't rush to post anything

24. Do not neglect any of the above (*most difficult)

Doing all of the above is difficult work. But stick to these guidelines and you will be way ahead of most content publishers on the Internet.