DIY: Blogging

To be honest with you, I’ve always found blogging hard-work. Hence why I don’t include copy in my clients website design. I’m always recommending blogs to my clients though so it’s about time I bit the bullet and started creating content for myself – as much as I find writing boring. Is this going to help with my SEO and boost my page rankings? You bet it is. Am I going to be posting three of four times a week and keep this up to date? Sureeeee… 

I’m just messing. I will try my best to keep this up to date and provide you with some really cool articles about the life of being a Cambridge based web designer (see this? That’s the SEO kicking in) and general articles containing tips and how-tos for those interested.

Until then! Cheers, Nick.

 

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