June Casagrande is a writer and journalist who lives in Pasadena with her husband and four cats. But she also writes a weekly column about grammar that runs in a number of small papers in California, Texas and Florida.
It is God’s work, no doubt, but in a world where the primary communication tool of the President of the United States is a 140-character fragment, her efforts would seem a long-shot...
By Patrick Stox, Third Door Media, March 13, 2017
We’ve all heard that content is king and that you need to write high-quality content, or now “10x content,” as coined by Rand Fishkin. Ask SEOs what “quality content” is and you’ll receive a lot of varied and opinionated answers. Quality is subjective, and each person views it differently.
Ask SEOs what Google considers to be quality content, and you will get a lot of blank stares. I know because I like to ask this a lot.
(Nev.) The Nevada Independent, a new online news site established by former reporters of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, has a link from its front page where they list all of the people who have given money to the startup.
It is a long list, beginning with about 25 or so individuals that contributed $5 and ending with a pair of $250,000 contributions from MGM Resorts and Switch Communications, a Las Vegas-based cloud service provider.
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By DAVID W. DUNLAP, New York Times
If Page 1 is the front door to The New York Times, Pages 2 and 3 are the entranceway.
In that spirit, The New-York Daily Times used the second page on the first day of its existence, Sept. 18, 1851, to welcome readers with a word about what they might expect.