It makes sense for everyone to publish more online content. Who will do this for the next generation: ourselves, the writers, freelance writers, the publishing agency, or... machines? How did computers actually understand and become better at creating written texts? The competition for online writing is about quality and speed.
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(This post was commissioned to a writer on Upwork and is not edited). Newsletters are phenomenally effective at publicizing articles, news, and other types of content. Even with social media becoming a rage, emails remain the top form of communication as most people check their emails every day. Moreover, newsletters
Similar to many other bloggers, my path started on Blogger, then matured on WordPress, where it finally died of a miserable death by plugins. I'm 100% pro-Ghost now, and I wanted to launch this site by giving a shoutout to what this awesome team is doing. My path with Ghost
(This post was commissioned to a writer on Upwork and is not edited). Why I Started Using Ghost Instead of WordPress To Launch My Blog Blogging is quite different from running an ecommerce website, and the latter is what WordPress seems to be all about now. So, it comes as
(This post was commissioned to a writer on Upwork and is not edited). All bloggers would have a history with Google’s Blogspot and WordPress. Blogposts did not reach the peak of blogging. WordPress emerged to be the most resilient and innovative when it came to providing that ideal platform
The whole internet is designed for one reader: Mr. Google. Not for you, not for me. For Mr. Google. The second page might just as well be one big photo of a tombstone for the unknown soldier. For millions, maybe billions who never made it to the first page.