One of the great things about the Internet is the range of tools and information now available—often for free. Here are 3 free tools I recommend. They’re simple to use. And they’ll help you write better content for your organisation’s website, intranet or blog.
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Microcontent is small-scale content. It usually acts as a label for content that isn’t yet visible on the screen. So it needs to work hard to communicate and connect with users. In this article, we provide 5 tips to get your microcontent into good shape.
If you want to write better web content, here’s an A-Z that should help. It covers attributes of quality content and other issues web writers should be aware of.
A CMS can create problems for your content if you let it generate file names or text alternatives for images. This article discusses system behaviour to watch out for.
Content management systems (CMS) make publishing and managing web content easier. But some systems have limiting features, or are set up in ways that aren’t helpful. In this article, we look at page titles and CMS behaviour to watch out for.
Good writing is good writing, regardless of the medium. So what makes writing for the web different to writing for print? In this article, we discuss one key difference—technical knowledge.
Write links that clearly describe their purpose or content. Meaningful links are vital for making content more accessible to people with disabilities.
Write a descriptive title for your web pages, and any documents you publish online. You’ll help people find and re-find your content if your title is meaningful to them.
Writing good page titles is challenging. With only 60-70 characters we have to do so much: good SEO and labelling for search results, bookmarks and other browser tools. The real trouble with page titles is that we don’t give them enough attention.