I’ve noticed long ago that Steve Pavlina has a special link on his blog, called Articles. I never understood why he had to create that special section, and what’s the difference between those articles and the rest of his blog. Until this week: wanting to join an exciting project initiated by Chris Garrett in the The Authority Blogger Forum, I looked through my blog archives to send him one on my flagship articles, as required in the project guidlines. Guess what? I soon realized that I didn’t know what to choose. Which of the 300 articles in the All Tips And Tricks archives define this blog? I don’t know. And if I don’t know, there is no wonder that you or any other reader don’t know it either.
Please don’t get me wrong: I still like my articles. I would write them again if we turned back time. It’s only one additional thing I would do: create an “umbrella” for all these fun, stupid, smart, useful or useless stories. An umbrella made of what Chris calls “flagship content“, which would pitch my blog’s benefits for readers. An umbrella which would give the direction of this blog. Steve Pavlina’s Articles section.
How about you? What would you put in your Articles section?
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