Get the Right Tool for Your Site

We often hear that paid marketing programs can’t work for bloggers. However, these programs are a necessity for anyone who wants to rank their site in Google search results.

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The right tools can increase your search traffic, bring more traffic, and increase your income.

Write Content in a Creative and Effective Way

The most important part of any content strategy is the written content. There is no point in putting all your effort into creating an epic essay if the written content isn’t engaging, check https://victoriousseo.com/blog/what-is-index-bloat/ and start learning why content is important for your brand.

If you have a unique style, then you should think of other ways to engage your readers and build your brand. Try something different and write more engaging content.

Create a Value Proposition

This could be a value-add for your niche, for a product or service you sell, or for your website’s visitor’s overall experience.

We often hear about content marketing strategies and value propositions being overused. However, the reason for it being a waste of time is because you shouldn’t focus on creating the best content for your niche when you’re trying to rank.

Why?

Because it’s hard enough to create the best content for your niche. Focus on creating the best content for the experience your readers have with your website.

The value-add you put in your value proposition can either enhance the value of your article or it can raise your bounce rate.

Choose a Custom Domain

One of the best ways to attract new visitors is by giving them a domain they can use to reach your website.

It might be your own website. If not, then why not.

If you’ve already got a domain you could register a guest blog post that mentions it. Just start with that, then go from there.

Wearable Electronics course presentations – MUU Gallery 5.12.

Electronics and sensors allow artists to create interactive smart garments that produce sound and images in reaction to movement. They sense and communicate with the environment and the user, and may react to them. In some cases the garment is in connection with the Internet and exchanges information based on the data it has measured.

As the term ‘wearable’ suggests, these interactive artworks are carried by the user and in bodily connection with him or her.

The Wearable Electronics course has been organised during autumn 2011 in collaboration between Aalto University School of Art and Design, and MUU Artists’ Association. The participants who come from a variety of backgrounds such as new media, costume design, textile design, fine art and performing arts have been encouraged to create their own visions of wearable technology. They have worked in teams to carry out their ideas based on the Arduino development platform.

Welcome to experience these six unique projects – to see them in use and even to try some of them on.

Place: MUU Gallery (Lönnrotinkatu 33, Helsinki)
Time: Monday 5.12. at 17-19

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Organised by MUU Artists’ Association and Aalto University

Teachers: Tomi Dufva and Jukka Hautamäki, and visiting lecturer Meg Grant