ProWritingAid: The Complete Editing Tool For Writing Better Content

One of the biggest mistakes you can make as a writer is to think your work does not need editing.

Whether you’ve been writing for 20 years or 2 years, the fact is your work can still be improved. Even best-selling authors like Stephen King and J.K. Rowling rely on editors before publishing their work to the masses.

For the rest of us who can’t afford professional editors, there are free editing tools like Grammarly, Hemingway, Ginger, or the built-in grammar checker in Microsoft Word. […]


Long Form Content SEO Ranking Strategy: 11 Must Follow Tips to Rank

Have you ever written a piece of long form content or eBook of 4000 words and above before?

If you haven’t, you probably don’t know the benefits and think that it’s just a lot of pointless work. But if you have, you already know that while it is indeed a lot of work, the result of that work can mean a great difference in search engine rankings. Earlier I wrote about two important things to make your long form content rank & many readers asked for more detailed guide on this and here we are. […]


What advanced SEOs need to know about algorithm updates

Times have changed. Gone are the days of yearly algorithm updates that would upend the search results and leave us scrambling. These days, it’s common to see ranking and traffic changes on a daily or weekly basis — and when it comes to algorithms, Google rarely even confirms updates. In fact, according to Olga Andrienko, Head of Global Marketing at SEMrush, of the 28 updates SEMrush tracked this year, only two have been confirmed by Google. […]



There will be some days in your life as a web developer when you feel like you’ve hit the jackpot. Often this comes in a form of a client whose pockets match their ambition, and you’ll finally be getting paid what you’re worth.

However, despite the benefits that await you when you accept, and eventually, finish this big gig, there is a looming trap hidden here; it comes in the form of a big pile of responsibility. […]