- How long you purchased the Domain name for matters to Google.
- Quality AND Quantity AND Consistency Content
- Wordpress platform is a good platform.
- Knock out articles, but schedule the articles to post over time.
- Clean Code, up to date coding style
- Tables are for Tables and Data
- Clean and separate DIV's, Headings, Paragraphs, Etc...
- HTML 5: Elements like
- Look for themes: Responsive to multiple Devices
- iPad, iPhones, Computers, TV's, Etc...
- Responsive: Content VS Style
- See: http://css-tricks.com/
- Content is focus no matter how you zoom in our out.
- No matter how wide or small it works
- Commenting is good.
- Just make sure that you add meaningful comments.
- Cite other authors, but don't copy lots and lots of others content.
- Adding Content Media
- Embedding Video's, And other things.
- Wordpress best to used when you start hosting a site.
- Buying a top level domain and hosting...
- With themes, consider what you want out of it before you use it.
- If it's primarily it's about content, don't need to be too flashy or distracting.
- Business website that embodies your personality, maybe more flash. Unless people can sign on to your website like a bank.
- Bank is signing on
- Restaurant, click and play
Glen C. Strathy writes (in much more detail here) in his article, The W-Plot vs. The Dramatica Model of Story Structure. There are four sequences for most stories. Each of the four legs of the W is comprised of a sequence of events that lead the story along to it's natural conclusion.
Sequence 1: setting up the problem (creating tension)Sequence 2: recovering from the problem (new ideas, positive momentum)Sequence 3: deepening of the problemSequence 4: the resolution of the problem (new light or understanding)
Sequence 1: setting up the problem (creating tension)
The Inciting Event (the event that is at the heart of the reason this story happened) may have occurred before your story begins, and often does. In King Arthur: Legend of the Sword (2017), th…