The truth is that many times when a new site is launched, the owner does not have a budget for a web content provider. No matter how low cost they are, many websites and blogs just starting out cannot afford a web content provider. This forces the owner of the site to be his or her own web content provider.
Here are some key tips on how you can be your own web content provider.
Be Your Own Expert Web Content Provider By Writing List Articles
Even professional web content providers start off some of their content as list articles. But what is a list article?
As the name suggests, this is an article that starts out as a list. For example I started out this article that you are reading as a list article. I wrote down the headline above and then all the subheadings in their correct order as follows;
How you can be your own excellent web content provider
- Be your own expert web content provider by writing list articles
- Use your email queries to be your own quality web content provider
- Use popular search engine keywords to be your own quality web content provider
- Look for the controversial and a catchy headline to be your own engrossing web content provider
This is simply the skeleton of the article with the headline and the list of points I intend to cover in the article. Only that I have repeated the key phrase “web content provider” in each of my sub-headings (because the search engines love that).
The next step is to put some “meat” on the skeleton and flesh out the subheadings.
Somebody who is not an experienced writer or web content provider, can simply write a list with as many sub-headings as possible and then briefly explain each subheading in a sentence or two.
Use Your Email Queries Or Posts To Be Your Own Quality Web Content Provider
Quite often you will get email queries and questions about some aspects of your content from visitors to your site. Some web masters usually get annoyed because the time-consuming exercise of answering visitor's queries is not paid for. Actually these email questions are a gold mine.
Firstly it means that people are actually reading your content, quite an achievement on itself in today’s crowded net. Secondly you can be sure that for every question asked there were dozens of other readers who would have asked the same question only that for one reason or another, they did not get round to sending you an email or posting their comment if yours is a blog that allows comments.
This means that your answer will be of great interest to many other visitors to your site and will therefore make provide excellent web content. So it would make great sense to post both the question and your answer on your site. Make sure that you delete the name and email of the person who sent you the query (you don’t want to send loads of Spam in their direction and upset a possible future client, do you?).
If you usually receive many queries just answering them in detail and posting both the question and answer would make you an excellent web content provider. One other good reason to do this is that it will give your site an excellent image that you are attracting enough quality traffic to attract questions and queries.