Last updated: 1/24/2020 ◌ First posted: 1/24/2020 ◌ 5 minute read
Last updated: 10/25/2021 ◌ First posted: 3/20/2017 ◌ 6 minute read
Evergreen content makes even more sense than you think.
It’s a perfect metaphor for always-useful content. But do you know that it can imply so much more, and even give you a new way to organize the pages on your website?
Last updated: 10/25/2021 ◌ First posted: 3/19/2017 ◌ 5 minute read
The terms “flagship content” and “cornerstone content” should not be used as synonyms for “evergreen content” and I’d like to tell you why.
(Actually, “flagship content” has another, more specific meaning we should use instead. Read on.)
Last updated: 10/25/2021 ◌ First posted: 5/19/2015 ◌ 9 minute read
I don’t know of any murder cases where the killer stuffed the victim’s body into a wall to hide it. Maybe because it never happens… or maybe because every time it’s happened, the killer has gotten away with it.
I mean there’s really no way to be sure, right?
Well, not yet. But it’s conceivable that in the near future, you could find out what’s in your walls just by Googling it.
Last updated: 10/25/2021 ◌ First posted: 12/29/2014 ◌ 3 minute read
A client of mine, which I will anonymize by telling you that they’re a capybara life insurance company, uses a CMS that makes it impossible to generate an automated XML sitemap file. Or any XML sitemap file. Or any XML files at all…