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Month: May 2014

7 Lies You Tell Your Editor

Managing an editorial staff is often like being a teacher. You work with your “students” and guide their writing to get better, but don’t always get the assignment turned in […]

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We’re Now Arriving at Terminal Samsung Galaxy S5

Don’t worry, Google crawlers. That wasn’t a half-baked effort to stuff keywords into the title of my article. This isn’t a low-quality SEO article that’s riddled with links to Samsung […]

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Category vs. Filter Pages: Which Is Better for SEO

The views & opinions expressed in any guest post featured on our site are those of the guest author and do not necessarily reflect the views & opinions of CopyPress. […]

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Should Your Blog Have a Forward-Facing Editorial Calendar?

One of the most reliable tools that publishers swear by is the editorial calendar. It helps us post our content regularly, lets us know what we need more or less […]

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Who Do You Blame for Fake Hotel Reviews?

Have you caught the most recent Hotels.com ad yet? The commercial is only somewhat interesting, but there’s an important tagline at the end that hits on problems facing the online […]

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If You Can’t Diversify Your Content, Diversify the Length

Anyone who follows major content marketing and social media blogs has read about the importance of diversifying content. “People learn in different ways,” they say. “Video isn’t as expensive as […]

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