How Much Important is the Content of your Website?

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“Only the content of your website gives you promotional leg to stand on”

 

Everyone wants to make money on the web and so as you. This you can make only if you have a web presence and bring customers to your website and turn leads into sales. Your search engine ranking is the key to the amount of visitors, and the success of your website, finally. But… but… but… this is not an easy task. In the age of tough competition it’s difficult to achieve top ranking on the top search engines and for the top keywords.

 

Its good to a have website highly rich with animated pictures, graphics but if content of your website is not good then its really not worth to have that. Stunning visual design may do a great job of attracting visitors, but, if in the end, the substance isn’t there, all your effort was in vain.

 

Content is the most vital part of your website. No matter how good is the design or how fast your site, people visit for content, and that is what you should be giving them. There are so many sites around which have no real content, or are just plain boring with some animated pictures. Good content keeps not only your visitors interested and give you a good site but it can also help you to promote your website. http://www.seovally.com

 

 

What I believe is, for any type of business, a plenty of well-written, informative, related content of your website is a prerequisite to infinite success. The more pages and words you have, the more chance you have or being on the top as a search result. You must have heard about Google, EBay, Yahoo, MSN, etc. Would you say that these sites have stunning designs and visual effects…Not at all!! These sites offer information first i.e. content. See, Google gives you one of the best search results; yahoo provides content, news, products, etc in abundance. You will be astonished by the fact that the top-ranking web pages on Google are consistently much better written than the vast majority of what one reads on the web.

 

So how can you get high-quality content on your website? There are many ways to add content to your website: http://www.webhostinglover.com

 

 

Write Yourself

 

Writing yourself is the cheapest way of generating the content. But for this you need a good knowledge of your subject to be able to write effectively on it. If you have the skills and time to generate content then this is really the best route to take. You have to focus on your site’s purpose and find a way to balance the information in categories that help communicate your goals.

 

Hire someone else to Write

 

If you do not feel confident enough of writing great content yourself, it’s better to hire a good writer to do it for you. But before choosing an appropriate copywriter, but he should possess Search Engine Marketing (SEM) or Search Engine Optimization (SEO) copywriting experience. As you have a website which is selling your business, and your main aim is to bring traffic to your website. So a person with an experience of SEM/SEO can only do wonders for your business.

 

Last but not the least, If you are running a business and want traffic then there must be more value in writing higher quality content than in redesigning your site or updating your technology. Just get your designing out of the way and let your visitors have what they want, information. I’m not trying to detract from visual design, information design or good technology. Each makes a huge difference in the quality of a web site, but the web site doesn’t stand a chance without content.

 

 

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Online Sales Leader Journey Education Marketing, Inc. and Pixar Animation Studios Announce RenderMan® Sales Collaboration

 

CONTACT:

Journey Education Marketing, Inc.
Julie Gates, 562-429-5972
Booth #2626 at SIGGRAPH
 
Or Pixar Animation Studios
Booth #2177 at SIGGRAPH
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Online Sales Leader Journey Education Marketing, Inc. and Pixar Animation Studios Announce RenderMan® Sales Collaboration

JourneyEd brings Pixar’s RenderMan® professional rendering software
to the education market



DALLAS, July 31, 2009 – Today,JourneyEd, a division ofJourney Education Marketing, Inc., announced a major collaboration with Pixar Animation Studios. As the leading online marketer of software to K-12 and college education, JourneyEd will market and sell RenderMan®, Pixar’s professional rendering software, through its website, to high school and college students, educators, schools, and higher education institutions at attractive academic prices.
 
Both JourneyEd and Pixar’s RenderMan® will exhibit next week at SIGGRAPH2009, the leading international conference on computer graphics and interactive technology. The convention in New Orleans showcases the most respected technical and creative programs focusing on research, science, art, animation, music, gaming, interactivity, education, and the web. Educators and students are invited to drop by the JourneyEd and Pixar booths to see some of the best products.
 
 “JourneyEd is thrilled to become Pixar’s connection to the education market,” said JourneyEd’s Chief Executive Officer, Michael Fischler. “RenderMan is the software that Pixar uses to create not only its own Academy
Award®-winning animated films, but is also used to render the bulk of visual effects seen in today’s movies. We are delighted that student artists can now access this coveted professional resource among our animation software offerings at a highly attractive price.”
RenderMan® is now available to the education community through JourneyEd at special academic prices, as low as $125 for an annual student subscription, at www.JourneyEd.com.
 “Pixar is excited to be able to reach out to the education community through JourneyEd, and make RenderMan accessible to the next generation of CG artists,” said Chris Ford, Pixar’s RenderMan Business Director. “JourneyEd is a perfect partner for us, with deep roots in the education market and online sales leadership.”   
            Journey Education Marketing, Inc. (JourneyEd) is the leading multi-channel software marketer to the K-12 and college academic markets. It sells to students, faculty, staff, educational institutions and public school districts. With the addition of the popular K-12 education reseller CCV Software to its business in Feb. 2008, JourneyEd expanded from serving only higher education into the K-12 market. It acquired online retailer Academic Superstore in Jan. 2009. JourneyEd’s Academic eStore Network (AEN), which includes more than 22,000 online stores, offers thousands of market-leading software and technology products, including those published by Microsoft and Adobe, at discounts of up to 85 percent off retail prices to the education community. JourneyEd is also a leader in verifying academic buyers. Call JourneyEd at 800-874-9001 or visit www.JourneyEd.com.
Pixar Animation Studios, a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, is an Academy Award®-winning film studio with world-renowned technical, creative and production capabilities in the art of computer animation.  Creator of some of the most successful and beloved animated films of all time, including Toy Story, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, Cars, Ratatouille, WALL•E and most recently, Up. The Northern California studio has won 21 Academy Awards® and its ten films have grossed more than $5 billion at the worldwide box office to date. The next film release from Disney•Pixar is Toy Story 3 (June 18, 2010).
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Tackle global problems through Challenge 20/20

Challenge 20/20 is an internet-based program that pairs K-12 classes from schools in the U.S. with their counterpart classes in schools in other countries. Together the teams of two or three schools tackle real global problems to find solutions that can be implemented at the local level and in their own communities.

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Up to $400 for classroom projects from SONIC restaurants

From August 31 through October 1, customers who purchase a small-l through Route 44-sized fountain or frozen drink at SONIC, they can go online and vote for their favorite teacher’s classroom project. Each drink will have a unique code used to place one vote for projects registered. SONIC will fund up to $100,000 of projects with the most votes each Friday for five weeks during the campaign. Though the voting campaign doesn’t begin until late August, teachers are encouraged to visit www.LimeadesForLearning.com by August 15 to register their project.

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ICIF creates Michael Vergauwen Education Fund

InfoComm International’s foundation, the International Communications Industries Foundation (ICIF), created the Michael Verguwen Education Fund to recognize the career achievements of AV industry leader, Michael Vergauwen. Vergauwen, the COO of AVI Systems and officer of InfoComm International, died in an accident on June 28. 

The Michael Vergauwen Education Fund will foster educational opportunities, enhancing the audiovisual industry’s service to the public through scholarships, curriculum development, community engagement and the promotion of careers in the AV field. Proceeds from investing the fund will be used on an annual basis to create these new educational opportunities, while the balance will be maintained to continue to make investments in the industry on an ongoing basis.
 
The fund has set an initial target of $100,000 to begin the activities of the fund. Companies and individuals wishing to contribute to this fund should send donations to: Michael Vergauwen Education Fund, ICIF, 11242 Waples Mill Road, Suite 200, Fairfax, VA  22030. Checks should be made payable to the International Communications Industries Foundation. Donations will be tax deductible.

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Pearson Wins Iowa Student Record and Transcript Exchange System Project

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – July 30, 2009 – Pearson today announced the company has been awarded a contract from the state of Iowa for the Iowa Student Record and Transcript Exchange System project. At the center of the project is the National Transcript Center (NTC) provided by Edustructures, part of Pearson’s Assessment & Information group. Edustructures will oversee project implementation and ongoing support of the NTC solution, and will provide project management oversight for deployment of the web-based education portal provided by Choice Solutions. The Iowa Student Record and Transcript Exchange System project is a collaborative effort among four components of the Iowa education community, including the Iowa Department of Education (DE), Regent institutions, community colleges, and local school districts. The DE will serve as the facilitator of the project working with Edustructures for project delivery.

The Student Record and Transcript Exchange System is an expansion of the state’s Project EASIER (Electronic Access System for Iowa Education Records). The NTC solution—branded as the Iowa Transcript Center (ITC)—will facilitate the flow of student transcripts between Iowa high schools and postsecondary institutions as well as the flow of student records between Iowa school districts, thereby significantly reducing the workload of district administrators. This implementation also includes a permanent electronic transcript repository designed to provide a central location for all final high school transcripts. In addition, the project includes a secure, single sign-on, enterprise-grade web-based portal – branded as the Iowa EdFusion Portal – that can be used by school district personnel, postsecondary institutions and the DE to easily and quickly access transcripts.

The key goals of the project include:

·      Facilitating the ability to analyze and examine longitudinal data at the local, postsecondary, and state level for relationships and patterns that affect student progress and improvement

·      Ensuring portability of student school records by standardizing the data and automating the electronic transfer of student records when students move between  districts within the state of Iowa

·      Reducing the administrative burden for school districts by automating the secure delivery of an estimated 200,000 student transcripts to postsecondary institutions annually

·      Providing a secure, user-friendly, web-based portal that will serve the data accessibility needs of the citizens of Iowa, including parents, students, school districts, and postsecondary institutions

·      Delivering secure data accessibility that will assist the DE in meeting state and federal reporting requirements

 

“This project is a critical next step in meeting the DE’s objectives for easing the workload of school districts, standardizing education data, and improving data accessibility for all Iowa citizens. Given our objectives, we knew we needed a solutions provider experienced in successfully delivering integrated data solutions for education,” said Jim Addy, Iowa Department of Education. Pearson is uniquely qualified to help us deliver on our vision, providing technology, project management, and partnering with third-party vendor to meet our needs. In particular, NTC offers a very comprehensive solution for exchanging electronic student records, Edustructures has an impressive track-record for successfully delivering on statewide, mission-critical data management solutions, and Choice Solutions provides an enterprise-grade education portal.”

 

"The Iowa Department of Education—supported by funding from the state legislature—is on the forefront of envisioning and deploying solutions that provide the linkages between data and educational improvement,” said Steve Curtis, president of Edustructures. "We’re pleased to be chosen to deliver a solution that will serve the state’s constituents now and into the future.”

 

About Pearson
Pearson (NYSE:PSO), the global leader in education and education technology, reaches and engages today’s digital natives with effective and personalized learning, as well as dedicated professional development for their teachers.  This commitment is demonstrated in the company’s investment in innovative print and digital education materials for preK through college, student information systems and learning management systems, teacher professional development, career certification programs, and testing and assessment products that set the standard for the industry. The company’s respected brands include Scott Foresman, Prentice Hall, Addison Wesley, Benjamin Cummings, PEMSolutions, Stanford 10, SuccessNet, MyLabs, PowerSchool, SuccessMaker, and many others.  Pearson’s comprehensive offerings help inform targeted instruction and intervention so that success is within reach of every student at every level of education. Pearson’s commitment to education for all is supported by the global philanthropic initiatives of the Pearson Foundation.  Pearson’s other primary businesses include the Financial Times Group and the Penguin Group. For more information, go to www.pearson.com.

 

About Edustructures
Edustructures, a Pearson company (NYSE: PSO), is the recognized leader in enterprise interoperability solutions for the PK-20 education market. Through its SIFWorks® integration platform, National Transcript Center solution, comprehensive professional services, and relationships with business partners and educators, Edustructures connects the systems that power education. For more information about Edustructures, please visit www.edustructures.com.

 

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Optical Image Technology Announces New TAP Leadership

 

July 29, 2009 – State College, PA
 
NEWS
  • Optical Image Technology’s (OIT) Technical Advisory Panel (TAP) has named two co-conveners to lead the group from July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2011. Greg Cook, from Michigan Millers Mutual Insurance Company, will continue as a co-convener for a second two-year term. Frank Santiago, from Colgate-Palmolive, has taken the place of Steve Emrick, CDIA+, from Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI), whose two-year term of service ended on June 30.
 
  • TAP provides a formal mechanism for idea exchanges on technology; innovative uses of OIT’s DocFinity suite of document imaging, document management, and business process management software; and ideas for future product development.
 
  • The panel, which is comprised of seventeen customers from insurance, healthcare, higher education, financial, and other industry sectors, also includes representation from OIT’s partners.
 
 
QUOTES
  • “The Technical Advisory Panel has helped us to keep a pulse on customer needs and has played a valuable role in our product development, documentation, and support programs.  We are fortunate to have strong leaders and members with innovative and inquiring minds, whose insights ultimately benefit all DocFinity users.  We look forward to working closely with the panel as more products and services are developed to enhance our latest release.” – Ron Prichard, President, Optical Image Technology
 
About Optical Image Technology, Inc. (www.docfinity.com):
 
Optical Image Technology’s software makes information manageable and companies more profitable. Since 1986, OIT and its DocFinity® suite of workflow and document management software have helped businesses solve their document management and business process needs. OIT offers robust, flexible products including document imaging, workflow, and Web services. Organizations see an ROI and improved productivity with DocFinity.
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Students Awarded ESRI Software in Geospatial Technology Section of SkillsUSA Championships

Redlands, California–Winning students in the Geospatial Technology competition, part of the National SkillsUSA Championships recently held in Kansas City, Missouri, were awarded prize packages that included ESRI’s ArcGIS software.

SkillsUSA was founded in 1965 as the Vocational Industrial Clubs of America with a mandate to provide formal leadership and training for high school students preparing for employment after graduation. It now includes college students in some sections. The program’s goal is to increase technical and vocational skills among young people to enhance their employment opportunities.

Timothy Hales from Central Piedmont Community College in North Carolina was the gold medalist in the geospatial technology competition and received a comprehensive ArcGIS software package that included ArcView and four extensions as well as a cash prize. Silver and bronze medalists Denver Dobbins and Rachel Harris, respectively, both from Central New Mexico Community College, also won ArcGIS software and cash awards.

All contestants submitted written proposals for a campus garden site suitability study based on the program developed by Digital Quest, Inc., which creates geographic information system (GIS) training courses and awards certifications recognized by the U.S. Department of Labor. Solutions were developed using ArcGIS, and project findings were presented in both written and oral reports. Contestants were also required to take a written examination.

Eddie Hanebuth, president of Digital Quest, was instrumental in convincing the directors of SkillsUSA to include GIS in its program. Commenting on the competition, he said, "This contest is designed to be very difficult. The winner will have proven that they understand and can implement a full range of geospatial skills. This includes project management, software usage, map layouts, report writing, and data prep. The winner should prove to be a highly sought-after employee.

"As the economy forces both companies and institutions to put more emphasis on cost-cutting measures, geospatial technology is poised to be the go to technology. The ability to find geography-based cost reductions is unique to geospatial technology. Employers in both the private and government sectors are looking for ways to shave budgets, and geospatial technology can deliver. The future is bright for students and employees that can use geospatial technology wherever they are employed."

Dr. Tom Baker, ESRI’s education industry Internet manager and one of the competition judges, stated, "The level of ability exhibited by the participants in the Geospatial Technology contest was impressive. It is clear that the educational efforts by ESRI, Digital Quest, and others, are working. Spatial thinking and GIS skills are increasing among our secondary and university students, who will provide great benefit to society as they fill an important workforce need utilizing GIS technology."

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About ESRI
Since 1969, ESRI has been giving customers around the world the power to think and plan geographically. The market leader in GIS, ESRI software is used in more than 300,000 organizations worldwide including each of the 200 largest cities in the United States, most national governments, more than two-thirds of Fortune 500 companies, and more than 7,000 colleges and universities. ESRI applications, running on more than one million desktops and thousands of Web and enterprise servers, provide the backbone for the world’s mapping and spatial analysis. ESRI is the only vendor that provides complete technical solutions for desktop, mobile, server, and Internet platforms. Visit us at www.esri.com.

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Lawsuit: Amazon ate my homework

A Michigan high school senior has sued Amazon.com Inc. over its deletion of copies of George Orwell’s classic novel 1984 from the Kindle eBook reader, claiming the deletion has affected his studies, reports the Wall Street Journal. The suit, which seeks class-action status, claims that when the company wirelessly deleted the text from Justin D. Gawronski’s Kindle earlier this month, it also deleted the notes he had taken on the device for his homework. The suit seeks to prevent Amazon from again deleting books from Kindles. It also seeks monetary relief for people like Gawronski who lost work from the incident. Amazon has declined to comment on the suit. The company, which refunded the purchase price of Orwell books to people whose copies it deleted (owing to copyright concerns over the legitimacy of the original sale), already has said it would not take such action again. Last week, the company’s CEO, Jeff Bezos, apologized for the incident, calling it "stupid, thoughtless, and painfully out of line with our principles."

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Experts find iPhone text-message security flaw

Two security experts have found a vulnerability in Apple’s iPhone that allows a hacker to take control of the phone through a text-message attack, reports the San Francisco Chronicle. Cyber security researchers Charlie Miller and Collin Mulliner explained the security hole at the Black Hat cyber security conference in Las Vegas July 30. They said they informed Apple of the problem a month ago but the problem has not been patched, and Apple reportedly has declined to comment on the issue. The iPhone, the researchers said, can be controlled by an outside hacker through a series of mostly invisible short message service (SMS) bursts. MyMobiSafe founder Eric Everson said it’s highly unlikely iPhone users will be targeted. He said the attack would require hundreds of SMS texts (512 to be exact) to any phone–and if any of the messages are deleted before the attack is complete, the hack will not be effective. If you receive a text message with a square in it, he said, turn off your iPhone or switch the device into airplane mode…

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