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(Image credit: Pixabay.) This opportunity isn’t for you if you’re not interested in writing in order to grow your audience, or make money from freelancing. The owners of the advert would still like you to apply if you’re a new blogger who has a minimum of 1000 followers.

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Why you should crosscheck grammar in your content before publishing

Before you think this post is an all-conclusive one on grammar, let me state that it isn’t. Rather, it’s a brief exposition on the advantages of crosschecking grammar before publishing. Also, it provides information on how the quality of grammar and punctuation can affect content exposure, and how correct/good grammar can be used to optimize content and make readers want

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Google’s history of differentiating good content from bad content

Just like it’s quite common for anybody to come across good and bad people in life, so is it for internet users to come across good and bad content, respectively. When Google started several years ago, it developed an algorithm as the basis for SEO, and a platform for enabling internet users locate information conveniently. However, the creation of bad

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The internet’s most popularly used words that make headlines go viral

One effective method we can use to comprehend the characteristics of viral headlines on the internet is by observing the type of words that appear in the titles of contents at the top of search engines like google which directs internet visitors to blogs, websites or web pages that have very high volumes of traffic. The next thing to do

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