If you are in any way involved in the online content creation game, then you will likely know about long-form content already. It is defined as a piece of content (a blog post or an article) that is 1,200 words or longer. Long-form content can take many forms. It may be a case study and report on the demographics of a specific sector or industry, an interview of an authoritative figure, or even a deep-dive investigation or exposé for a journalistic publication. [Read more…]
In the modern Western workforce, it seems that everything is being revolutionised. A job search used to be comprised of a college degree, a sharpie, and some time with the newspaper. Now, careers can be found anywhere. There is an entire myriad of online careers for which you can apply. These jobs tend to be easy to apply for and do not require a college degree.
Yet, many of us are perplexed by this: Why are there so many advantageous job opportunities that are not dependent on a college education? The following article will explore this quandary. It will probe the internet’s effect on the job market and why exactly so many online careers do not require a college degree. [Read more…]
Everyone at work always looks forward to lunchtime so that they can enjoy their food and a well-deserved break halfway through the day, but often people do not know what to do with themselves once midday rolls around. Often, people will simply sit in the break room and chat or eat lunch at their desk. This is unfortunate as this should be a time that you are able to enjoy where you switch off from work-related matters so that you can return to your desk ready to get back to it. With this in mind, here are a few great lunchtime activities to try the next time you don’t know what to do with yourself. [Read more…]
Odds are you’ve come across lots of images on blogs and social media that add text over a photo. Posters, photos with quotes, and lots of other images use overlay text in this manner – but in order for it to be effective it is important that the text you add actually stands out.
Making sure the text stands out will automatically make it more readable and increase its impact by drawing attention to it. If that’s your goal then there are three ways that you can try to achieve it: [Read more…]
The saying if you fail to plan, then you plan to fail is true for any budding entrepreneur. Your account may be bubbling with lots of dollars for that business you have envisioned, but without the proper plan, you will watch your efforts and money move slowly down the drain. Below are a few tips to consider when planning and budgeting for a startup. [Read more…]
Each teacher faces the lack of interest in learning experienced by some children. How to turn a lesson to the joy of exploring the world? What methods and types of reward systems in classroom can a modern pedagogue use? The examples of building special relationships between pupils and teacher described below are aimed at solving the problem of school motivation. [Read more…]
Any problem with your website reduces your traffic and puts a dark mark on your blog’s reputation. In his infographic, marketing guru Neil Patel explains that a second’s delay in loading speed can lose the business up to 7% in conversions. For a blogger, this number might not be so big, but depending on your audience, you might be losing traffic even more rapidly. And don’t forget that slow pages are only one of the possible website problems you might have. Therefore, it’s essential to know how to troubleshoot your WordPress website quickly and efficiently. [Read more…]
Creating a human-interest story can and should be emotional. Although the task may seem trivial compared to investigative journalism, for example, it is not always easy to fully capture the essence of it. Remembering a few general ideas can help to start writing a tale that is sure to move the audience. [Read more…]