Hey, what’s up, John Sonmez from simpleprogrammer.com. I got a question about blogging. If you haven’t seen already you can check out my free blogging course on How To Create A Blog To Boost Your Career. I think creating a blog for developers especially is really, really important so definitely check that out like thousands
In this video, we’ll have a look at how you can use subheadings effectively. First, we’ll have a look at why it’s important to use subheadings well. Then we’ll look at how you can best make use of subheadings. So let’s first look at the why. We’ve already seen that if you want to present
In the previous video, we explained what the passive voice is. We showed you some example sentences. We taught you that the difference between active and passive sentences is not one of meaning, but of perspective. Compare “I see my friend” with “My friend is seen by me.” The first sentence is active (I am
In this video, we’re going to discuss a key aspect of editing a text: auditing your text for words and sentences that make it more difficult to read. Now this sounds very simple, but it can improve your text a lot. Isn’t that what we all like? Quick fixes that you can apply immediately? Well,
In this lesson, we’re going to explore a quite difficult and important piece of grammar: the passive voice. The good part? We’re going to tell you not to use it, or at least not unless you have a very good reason to do so. The bad part? Many people overuse it in their writing without
Today’s question comes from vicki2810. Vicki asks, I’ve used Blogger for three years, but now everyone tells me that WordPress is superior for SEO. After scouring many sites, I’ve been unable to find the SEO advantages to using Blogger– are there any? Great question– comparing and contrasting. I work for a company that provides Blogger.
In this video, we’re going to tell you what transition words are and how you should use them. If you ended up in this trial lesson from our transition words article on yoast.com, you may consider skipping this video and moving on to the second video. In that video, we’ll really get to work with
We’ve discussed the theory. You’ve seen our list of transition words – if you followed our advice that is. Now it’s time for the difficult part: including them in your writing. Of course, that’s something you’re going to have to learn and practice. But here are a couple of things you can do, two ways
So what is a niche? A niche is the main essence of your blog. So if you’re a guitarist and you start a blog about guitar, then the niche of your website will be “guitar”. Similarly if you find a website that talks only about dogs, then “dogs” will be the niche of the website.