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3 Simple Steps for a Stronger Site

Guest post by Megan Totka, chief editor for ChamberofCommerce.com Let’s face it; most of us have a problem with paying attention. On average, the adult attention span for a single, given task is somewhere around twenty minutes. The Internet represents an entirely different story. As the average user has the attention span of nine seconds on any given site, it’s clear that we must capture the attention of our traffic … Read more

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The Psychology behind Good Website Content

Writing website content takes a little bit of magic and a little bit of love. Copy is meant to be compelling and shouldn’t bore. It should also clearly display who you are and what you do. We know what good content looks like when we see it. But how do we create it? To answer this question, understanding a little bit about the psychology of language helps. The University College … Read more

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