Thursday, November 08, 2007

How to Write SEO Articles: Post #2 of Freelance Writer's Technology Month

Did you know that this month is Freelance Writer’s Technology Month? What’s this all about. For a full understanding of what follows, I advise that you read this post first.

Now, on to today’s post . .

How to Write SEO Articles

In yesterday’s post, The 4 Fundamentals of Making Money Online, we laid out the big picture of how to make money online.

The first of these fundamentals was content. Content is what drives traffic to websites. Sites without content don’t get found – even photo sites. The photos have descriptions, which is how you find the picture you’re looking for online.

So, words, words, words … they are extremely important to your online business.

But, there is a way to write the content so that you get found online. Here I will attempt to walk you through the basics of writing effective content (SEO articles) so that you drive more traffic to your website – which is what SEO is all about.

Click here to read the full post, SEO Content Development: How to Drive More Traffic to Your Website by Writing SEO Articles.

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UPDATE 11/30/07: Following is a link to every post in the Freelance Writer's Technology Month series.

Intro Post: New Series - Freelance Writer's Technology Month

Post #1: The 4 Fundamentals of Making Money Online

Post #2: SEO Content Development: How to Drive More Traffic to Your Website

Post #3: Niche Marketing: How to Choose a Profitable Niche

Post #4: Software Tools for Niche Websites

Post #5: Turn $1/Day into an Online Empire: How to Make Money with Minisites

Post #6: 4 Controversial Ways to Get More Traffic for Your Website

Post #7: 5 Ways to Get a Job Writing SEO Articles

Post #8: How to Determine What to Charge as an SEO Article Writer

Post #9: How to Optimize Your Website to Get More Traffic

Post #10: Social Bookmarking Software & 9 Money-Making Conclusions from Freelance Writer’s Technology Month
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