Web Content Café, a Website Focused on Web Content, Helps Writers Get Into The Habit of Creating New Content Pages Daily

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Smaller companies and individuals often hit a wall when it comes to the creation of new content for their websites. They know they should add more content, but they run out of ideas. Nick Usborne’s new website, WebContentCafe.com, delivers fresh content ideas daily, and provides the motivation to keep writing.

Don’t forget to write some new Web content today. And here is an idea to get you started.

Quality content is the lifeblood of almost any website. The creation of more pages results in increased traffic from the search engines, and through social media. With almost every online revenue model, a higher volume of visitors translates into a higher income for the site.

While some companies turn to content mills, and fill their sites with hundreds of low-quality pages created offshore, many site owners want to remain focused on high-quality content which they create themselves.

Their challenge is not writing the content – but coming up with fresh ideas and then publishing new pages on a regular basis.

Nick Usborne, author of Net Words (McGraw-Hill), has over a decade of experience as a leading online writer and copywriter for some of the world’s largest companies and organizations. But with WebContentCafe.com he is applying his experience and expertise to help smaller companies and individual site owners.

“Small companies, organizations, groups and individuals can attract an enormous amount of search engine traffic to their websites, but only if they get into the habit of publishing quality content on a regular basis. And that content had better be interesting, useful, engaging, and optimized for the search engines.”

Web Content Café is a membership site with the option to choose either a monthly or annual subscription.

With a new content idea published daily, five days a week, the site’s purpose is to tap content writers on the shoulder and say, “Hey, don’t forget to write some new content today. And here is an idea to get you started.”

Learn more at http://www.webcontentcafe.com/.

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