DUI Attorney Website Content Interview with Andy Green

DUI Attorney Andy Green

Website content that answers questions from potential clients always ranks well in Google search. Ranking in Google search of course is invaluable to businesses and professionals in almost all niches. Today I’m very happy to spending a few moments with Attorney Andy Green to hear first hand from him how his website content contributes to […]

How Author James Fell uses Web Content

James Fell

James Fell is an MBA grad and professional fitness speaker and an internationally syndicated fitness columnist whose work is read by millions each month. He writes for the Chicago Tribune, interviews celebrities for the Los Angeles Times about their fitness stories, is the head fitness writer for AskMen.com, did a four-year stint as head fitness […]

Great Ophthalmologist Content by Isaac Porter, MD

Dr Isaac Porter

Whenever I visit an eye doctor’s website the first thing I usually notice is that there is a lack of content. When I discovered www.eyeporter.com I was thrilled to see not only a blog, but a YouTube video series! Holy content! Isaac Porter, MD, is an Ophthalmologist in Raleigh North Carolina who produces a YouTube […]

Takeaways from Matt Cutts on Google’s Early Days


On January 8, 2015 I had the opportunity to watch Matt Cutts give his speech “Lessons learned from the early days of Google”. This was given at UNC at the Nelson Mandela Auditorium in Chapel Hill, NC. Matt, Google’s head of web spam, joined Google as a software engineer in 2000, when there were under […]

Great Website Content by Personal Injury Attorney Ed Smith

ed smith

Today’s content interview is with Personal Injury Attorney Edward A Smith. He is the founder of AutoAccident.com. His practice is The Law Offices of Edward A Smith. He has a 10.0 “perfect” AVVO rating. Ed is possibly the most “personal” personal injury attorney I have met. You can see his story and why he loves […]

Great Content by Restaurant Owner Greg Lewis

Greg Lewis

Today’s content marketing interview is with Greg Lewis, Owner of Pittsboro Roadhouse & General Store. The title of this article says restaurant, but the Roadhouse is much, much more than just a restaurant. In January of 2012, the General Store Café closed its doors in Pittsboro North Carolina. When it closed, a piece of Pittsboro […]

Great Website Content by Professional Organizer Geralin Thomas

Geralin Thomas

In the summer of 2014 I met professional organizer Geralin Thomas. If she looks familiar, you may have seen her on the TV show “Hoarders” on A&E. She is the owner of Metropolitan Organizing. When I looked her up online I was thrilled to see a website that ranks very well which was, of course, […]

Great Examples of Business Website Content

content examples

As a professional content creator I always sit up and pay close attention to great content when I see it. It is of no surprise to me that over the years some of the best content that I have seen comes directly from the business owner themselves; they are, after all, usually very passionate about […]

Quantity vs Quality Content

A common debate amongst content creators is probably content quality vs content quality. There are definitely advantages to both. In some niches you need quality content, in other niches you need quantities of unique content. Quality vs Quantity Quantity vs quality depends completely on your goals. If you are doing content marketing and you are […]

Firearms and Ammunition SEO, Content & Copywriting

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Across the Internet are probably tens of thousands of people and firms who would be thrilled to charge firearms and ammo dealers and manufacturers for “SEO” and Internet marketing. What local dealers and manufacturers need to understand is to hit their target they need content. People search on the Internet looking for you and the […]

What is Unique Content?

What is unique content?

On the web, unique content is content that has never been published before, is unusual, or has a unique perspective by the owner. Unique: Being the only of its kind; unlike anything else. Particularly remarkable, special or unusual. Belonging or connected to (one particular person, group, or place). Source: Google. Web content: The textual, visual […]

Getting New Content Marketing Ideas from Creating Content

content marketing ideas

Sometimes I run out of content marketing ideas. When I do I will sometimes Google around and try to come up with one. I promptly become sidetracked, wind up going down the rabbit hole called the Internet and before you know it there is a GIF of a cat riding a skateboard on my screen. […]

The Raw Power and SEO value of Epic Content


I have loved content marketing since I was distributing my BBS list in 1993. I had no idea that I was marketing content, but, it was indeed content that people were dying to see each month. This was pre-Internet Explorer and pre-Google. Back then people visited your online presence because they wanted to see the […]

What is the Lifespan of a Blog Post?

update your content #telapost

I am often asked, what is the lifespan of a blog post? There is a lot of terrible information out there. I have heard everything from a week, 3 weeks, or that the average lifespan of a blog post is two months. This is incorrect, and just plain wrong. Blog posts are forever. The average […]

Copied / Stolen Content and the DMCA Takedown Process

DMCA feedback

Angry. Sad. Flattered. These are some of the things I felt when one of my good clients who I create content for had their epic content stolen and duplicated. Then it happened 2 more times. The latest offender did such a terrible job, they actually left my comments and URLs in the code to the […]

What is Hyperlocal Website Content?

hyperlocal content

Hyperlocal website content is content focused on a geographical location such as a town, village, or other small community such as a housing development, street, or place. Hyperlocal content is often created for commercial websites based on specific areas where your customers potentially are (or will be) located. Most people searching for hyperlocal content ideas […]

Counter-intuitive Content and Resources = SEO

content resources seo

Do you have any counter-intuitive content on your website? This is often accomplished by putting up a resource that is the opposite of what you’re selling, or information that makes your service obsolete. Why develop a resource like this? Resources are unique, helpful, and great for SEO. When people arrive to your site and are […]

Orthodontist SEO, Copywriting, and Social Media


If you are an orthodontist looking to market your business, showing up in search when people are looking for the services you offer is the most effective way to get new patients. This is done by having unique, professionally written content on your website in combination with ethical, holistic SEO (search engine optimization). Why do […]

Is great content without community worthless?

content community

I recently heard a statement that made me cringe: “Great content without community and outreach equals failure”. This is some of the worst advice I have heard, akin to “go play in the street”. Anyone that tells you this has definitely never experienced the power of a website that is dominating in search. Will creating […]

Information Technology Copywriting, Content, and SEO Services

IT Content and SEO

IT companies, computer repair centers, Information Technology training companies and more who wish to rank in Google search need something on their website called content. If you own one of these companies and wish to rank better in search you will be hard pressed to find anyone in the field more experienced and able than […]