When a website is going to be optimized for Google and other search engines the text passages on the individual pages are especially important. They have to namely demonstrate to Google the value they offer users. In many cases these texts already exist. Often though their content is too lean, as Google loves copy with depth. So the question arises: is it better to enhance these texts (text optimization), or start over and write new ones? After all a copy overhaul can be done more cost-effectively than having a completely new article written. We’ll take a look at whether that is true, and when which approach makes the most sense.
clickworker, one of the leading providers of crowdsourcing services, has registered one million Clickworkers on its platform since early September. The robust growth of the crowd over the past two years reflects the increased interest in flexible online jobs.
The size of the crowd opens new opportunities for implementing projects
When clickworker first executed its crowdsourcing projects in 2009, only 800 Clickworkers, located in Germany, were registered. Because of this, implementing international projects was nearly impossible. Today, with more than one million Clickworkers all over the world, the company has an enormous pool of expertise and working power at its disposal. This way, Clickworkers with specific traits in terms of language, location, and knowledge can be used for customer projects.
Is the Featured Snippet the Holy Grail of search engine optimization? After all it earns a website placement above the first organic hit. So for that reason, we’re going to take a closer look at the Featured Snippet today. What is it exactly? How does it work? And how can you also find this Holy Grail?
Up until now more than 50.000 texts have been completed on clickworker. This does not only show how much Clickworkers can achieve, it is also a big boost compared to the years before!
Looking at this great performance we ask ourself „Who are the creative heads behind the submitted texts?“. Let us take a look behind your screen and show us what kind of an author you are by joining our Short Story Competition!
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