Writing is something that is open for everyone does. From college papers to new novels to even a report for work, we all have a need to write once in awhile. However, even the most talented writers get stuck now and again. Luckily, though, there are a few tips and tricks that can help to get you through.
There are plenty of places you can look to find a perfect content writer for your blog. You may hire somebody and allow him or her to take credit for each post by adding his or her own name, or you may put your own name to the blog posts that he or she writes.
There really isn’t any reason to rehash the importance of quality content. The Panda story has been told over and over again. If you want to rank with Google you have to present content that has real value for the visitor and delivers on the promise of the title (keyword phrase).
But just how do you define quality content? We know what it isn’t. We know that fluff stuffed with keywords will get you nowhere. We know that 350 word spun article that was so popular with article marketers is no longer a viable way to rank. And we for sure know that poorly crafted content, content designed to be read by spiders not humans is a thing of the past.
But that brings us back to the question of “What is quality content?”
Windows Live writer is a pretty descent Desktop Blogging application. Windows Live writer supports many blogging services including Blogger.com and Wordpress Hosted Blogs. I’m very used to use the wordpress Plugin ultimate tag warrior to tag my posts. In Windows live Writer you can post tags but integration with UTW is not present by default. There is a fairly simpler way to enable posting of UTW tags from Windows Live Writer while posting.