Content is still King Seminar

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  • Location: Boardroom of Sajen Legal, Maroochydore, Not Assigned 0000 Queensland
Content is still King
Wednesday 7 November 2007, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
There is a HUGE difference between writing for the web, and writing for print. During our next seminar, Yvette Adams of the Creative Collective will share the differences, give insights into how to maximize a website's performance through optimal copy and give other insider tricks and tips when it comes to writing for the web.
Topics include:
Keyword density - There is a deliberate methodology for writing for the web. Are you including key words and key phrases for search engines in each and every page of your website copy? You should be!
Optimal word counts- how many words are ideal per page and in other web related formats i.e. newsletters etc.
Tool kit - Find out about amazing technology which helps you to work out what words to use for search engine optimization (SEO)
Tricks of the trade -more content can equal more traffic. Yvette will share insiders tips to creating mass content quickly and easily and how
you can re-use these articles externally to generate more traffic
Blogs, RSS Feeds - what are they are how can you use them to your advantage
Location: Boardroom of Sajen Legal, Level 4 "Maroochy on First", 10 First Avenue, Maroochydore
Time: 5.30 to 7.30pm
Cost: $35 per Seminar or FREE to RAD Members [Annual membership $75, Associates $50, Students $25]
Booking: BOOK NOW by return email to
Tell us the number of seats you want to book Contact:Email: Membership officer Jeanne Treloar -
Phone: RAD President Maggie Third mobile: 0413 871 573
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