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Everybody has been saying that content is king when you want to build a website. This is very true because Google can promise to give you more traffic when you can promise them to provide more contents on the Internet.
Back in those days, while everybody has been arguing about the quality of the contents from websites such as blogs and unknown websites which may not be accurate, Google actually embraced the blogs so much that as long as you continue to write, they will continue to give you traffic.
And as the years passed, the number of blogs and other forms of websites start to increase in numbers while not taking web design into consideration. That’s partially because most of them are not computer savvy enough to learn themselves.
Great websites such as Wikipedia start to evolve because they have established themselves to provide quality contents not to be missed while maintaining a fantastic design. Nobody really care about their HTML codes while Internet Explorer and other web browsers don’t really take the HTML errors into much consideration. Contents have superseded everything from codes to design. Today, almost any hot topic on the Internet seems to have been covered by numerous websites. Everybody seems to be trying to be more outstanding than the other.
With the revolution of Web 2.0 when we want to start a web-based business, the next logical thing to think of is to work out a blog to participate with the rest of the world so that we can attract more traffic from the Internet. And when we are designing a blog, we are now focusing more towards the look and feel to be compliant with Web 2.0 effect. So now, everybody has suddenly changed the topic and is now talking about social media.
The very basic structure of the Internet – which is the contents – has been formed nicely by the search engines, and is now slowly being taken over by a higher level of Internet structure which is the social media websites. Everybody becomes much more concerned whether their websites comply with Web Standards because it seems to be portrayed as an “not-so-well-done” web design to the visitors visiting their websites. People are talking about designing in DIV layers, and abandoning HTML tables.
Suddenly, there are so many ways of driving traffic into a website. The most notable point is with our blogs. Because people are now more and more concerned about both the contents and the web design, the blog and design suddenly becomes important.
Learning to blog seems to be easy on the surface, but it actually involves a lot of commitment and passion to make it happen to make ourselves a Pro Blogger so that we can make money blogging.
We must never underestimate the traffic a blog can generate. A blog can generate traffic from search engines (who are suckers for contents so long as you continue to feed them), trackback from other blogs when you wrote a blog post commenting about other blogs, blog commenting can also generate traffic when you give quality comments on other blogs, link-baiting articles in your blog which “agitated” other bloggers to write back about their views about your post, and it can even be your website identity in other social media sites too.
Since contents are no longer as scarce today like in the past, the visitors are now spoiled for choices. Now it makes sense to have a picture beside the words to make the whole contents more appealing and to catch the attention of the visitor. With the simplicity look of the Web 2.0 feel of graphics and the abundance of tools available, everybody is so excited to create the next best web designs in the Internet.
I am really glad that driving traffic is now more than just about search engines. Now, it makes sense for social media sites become the next thing to work with to provide an even greater experience for the Internet.
Now that a website is no longer as easily “lonely” as like in the past, it makes sense to have a unique web design to stand out from the rest. What else?
This post was guest blogged by Charles Lau.
Charles is an internet reviewer, focusing himself on writing reviews on the online materials. He focuses on doing browsing reviews using video, and finishes off his review in his own words about it. He can be found at Charles Lau dot Com