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Live video game streams attract hundreds of thousands of viewers, drawn in by the skill and personality of the presenters, the quality of the games, or both. Anyone can dive in and start hosting their own stream, but if you want to draw a dedicated audience, you’ll have to stand out from the competition. For that, you’ll want to choose your streaming setup carefully.

If you’ve yet to dip your toe into livestreaming, you’ll need to decide on a platform, and we’re looking at three of the biggest here: Twitch, YouTube, and Mixer. As far as the mechanics of uploading goes, you won’t find many major differences—all three are equally capable of hosting your stream and enabling other people to tune in.

Amazon-owned Twitch has clearly claimed the most market share, but that may not matter to you, and you’re going to have to start from zero on whichever platform you pick. Also, you can’t start earning money on Twitch until the Twitch team takes notice and invites you to be a partner. On Mixer and YouTube, though, you can monetize your streams once you hit 750 followers or 10,000 views, respectively.

Your choice might come down to the machine you play on—the brand of computer, console, or phone you use could determine the best platform for you. For example, YouTube works seamlessly with Android and the Google Stadia cloud gaming platform, but isn’t available on the Xbox One. Mixer, on the other hand, works best with Microsoft’s own Windows and Xbox One platforms, but isn’t an option on the PlayStation. Twitch, meanwhile, lets you jump between any devices you like.

All this means what’s best for one user won’t work as well for another. No matter which platform you land on and whether you prefer to play on a computer, console, or phone, we’ve selected our favorite live-streaming hardware and software to give you the best setup possible. Here are our recommendations.

Livestream from a computer

None of the big players specify minimum PC specs for broadcasting games, but if you have a computer that’s capable of playing the latest titles, it should be able to stream them as well—though doing so will require a touch more processing power.

Streaming also requires an internet connection with a decent upload speed. For the best quality, somewhere in the region of 3Mbps is really the minimum. If you’re not sure of the upload speeds your internet service provider gives you, head to Speedtest to find out.

Let’s start with the hardware. Your computer’s existing webcam may provide a perfectly satisfactory video and audio feed—it really depends on how good your machine already is. So, before investing in equipment, you should run a few tests to check the quality of your built-in option. That said, many professional livestreamers configure separate webcams and microphones.

The Logitech HD Pro C920 is one of your best choices for a webcam. Logitech

For webcams, the Logitech HD Pro C920 has earned rave gamer reviews, thanks to its sharp video quality and ability to handle low-light conditions well. There’s no doubt Logitech is a safe bet if you need an external webcam, and the C920 is one of best in the Logitech range, even if it’s a little expensive.

Before we finish talking about hardware, consider the Elgato Stream Deck if you’re serious about your streaming. It’s essentially a box of keyboard shortcuts you can customize to control your video and audio channels, switch between inputs, take screenshots, and more. It’s much easier to hit a button on the Stream Deck to launch a stream, for example, than trying to find the right option with a mouse.

Once you’ve made arrangements to put all your gear and games in place, you’ll need a broadcasting application. This app will capture the gaming stream as it happens and send it to Twitch, YouTube, or Mixer. In our opinion, the best and most flexible choice is OBS Studio, which you can install and use for free, though other decent apps are available. Once you start OBS Studio, you can choose Twitch, YouTube, or Mixer as your livestreaming platform of choice.

Another program worth mentioning is XSplit Gamecaster, which has a simpler interface than OBS Studio but not quite as many configuration options for multiple streams and multiple monitors, for instance. If you’re just starting out, you might find Gamecaster easier to handle.

Broadcast tools like XSplit Gamecaster combine gaming and webcam feeds. Logitech

Both Gamecaster and OBS Studio let you lay various elements over the top of the game feed itself, such as your webcam video or alerts from followers. With your broadcasting software set up, you’re ready to unleash your live streams on the world.

Livestream from a console

The Elgato HD 60S is one of your best options for a capture card. Elgato

If you’re streaming from a console, you’ll have an easier time getting set up: Most of the hardware you’ll need comes built into the machine, so you won’t need to agonize over your choice of webcam or graphics card. Microsoft and Sony both know that many of their users will want to jump aboard the livestreaming bandwagon, so they’ve made it simple to connect through their respective interfaces.

But that doesn’t mean upgrade options aren’t available. If you want to take more control over the way your stream looks or nab content from another console (such as the Nintendo Switch) with an HDMI output, you should invest in a capture card. The excellent Elgato HD60S sits between your console and your television, sending a separate feed from the console to your computer. There, OBS Studio or XSplit Gamecaster can process it for your audience. Alternatively, the AVerMedia Live Gamer Portable 2 Plus matches the Elgato box in many areas, including its support of 1080p streaming and USB 3.0.

Livestream from a smartphone

All you need to livestream from a phone is an app like Mixer. Mixer

All you’ll need is the official Twitch app (for Android or iOS), the official YouTube app (for Android or iOS), or the official Mixer app (for Android or iOS).

Although you won’t go wrong with our recommendations, new products (PC components, consoles, microphones, webcams, and more) are constantly hitting the market. So if you want to keep upgrading your Twitch, YouTube, or Mixer setup, the opportunity is there. Once you have your devices and apps in place, all you’ll need are the gaming skills to set yourself apart from the crowd.

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Gateway Nv5933U: Great For Blu

If you’re looking for a portable multimedia machine, the Gateway NV5933u–which features an Intel Core i3 processor and a Blu-ray Disc player–might be for you. This 15.6-inch all-purpose laptop multitasks with ease, and it even has a number pad next to its big, flat keyboard. Our review model, priced at a modest $649 (as of June 3, 2010), came with a 2.13GHz Intel Core i3-330M processor, 4GB of RAM, a 320GB hard drive, a 15.6-inch 1366-by-768-pixel display, and Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit). The system also has a built-in Webcam and microphone, 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, and–perhaps its biggest selling point–a 4X Blu-ray Disc/DVD-Super Multi double-layer drive.

The glossy red cover features a mesmerizing honeycomb design and a thin, mirrored strip with the Gateway logo. The bevel surrounding the screen is glossy as well, while the keyboard, touchpad, and palm rest are matte. The hinge is thick and has the power button on one side–an interesting (and somewhat hard to find) place for the power button. A glossy strip of touch-sensitive buttons sits above the keyboard, with dedicated buttons for Wi-Fi, backup, and volume control.

The ports on the NV5933u are pretty basic (the system has no eSATA or Express Card slots), but they will probably satisfy most users. Included are four USB 2.0 ports, a VGA port, an HDMI port, a multiformat card reader, headphone and microphone jacks, an ethernet port, and–surprise–a 56-kbps fax/modem port. I’m not sure what that last item is doing there, but perhaps it’s to make up for the fact that the laptop has no Bluetooth connectivity. (It isn’t much of a consolation prize.)

The NV5933u has a full, flat keyboard, as well as a number pad. The keys look kind of old-school next to the more common Chiclet-style keyboards, but their round, modern font helps to update the look. The keyboard is quite pleasant to type on–the keys are solid, though a little bouncy–despite the fact that the entire keyboard is pushed to the left because of the number pad. The number pad is a nice addition; it doesn’t shove the keyboard over so far as to be uncomfortable, but it is a little too close to the regular keyboard.

The matte-black touchpad is recessed (though not completely indented) and located slightly to the left on the palm rest due to the presence of the number pad. The touchpad is decently big and features a mirrored rocker instead of separate buttons. The rocker feels kind of cheap and is very narrow, but it isn’t too hard to use.

The touchpad itself, unfortunately, is not as easy to use: The matte-black surface is hard to glide over, and moving the mouse pointer across the screen is a chore. The pointer stutters across the screen, and the system recognizes multitouch gestures (such as pinching to zoom) less than half the time.

Video playback is great, thanks to the snappy Core i3 processor. YouTube, Hulu, and other streaming HD video exhibits no stutter at all, while DVDs and Blu-ray titles play nicely. You can even play a DVD, stream video, play music, and have a Word document open at the same time with very little lag. (Then again, why would you want to play three different kinds of media simultaneously?) The speakers are fine, too–decently loud, and only slightly lacking in fullness. They’re definitely good enough for casual movie watching.

Scientists Test Different Gear For Protecting Clams From ‘Crunching’ Rays

For gardeners, rabbits are a common cause of headaches, as they munch on a laundry list of vegetation, from berries and vegetables to perennials and woody plants. Aquaculturists like oyster farmers have the same problem, except not from fuzzy mammals. Marine rays are the main culprit, especially given that more than 80 percent of marine aquaculture consists of some of the rays’ favorite things to “crunch” on: bivalve mollusks.

[Related: Listen to the soothing sounds of a snacking stingray.]

When culturing hard clams (Mercenaria mercenaria), the bivalves must be placed at the bottom of a marine environment where they then grow to a sellable size. Clammers use mesh netting, plastic, or wire covers to protect their clam lease, similar to using a wire fence to try to keep rabbits out of a vegetable garden. However, the effectiveness of using these methods for highly mobile marine predators like rays hadn’t fully been tested until very recently. 

In a study published March 7 in the journal Aquaculture Environment Interactions, a team from Florida Atlantic University’s (FAU) Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute and the Mote Marine Laboratory studied how the whitespotted eagle ray (Aetobatus narinari) interacted with clams enclosed in anti-predator materials. These rays are a formidable opponent with strong jaws, crushing fused teeth, and nimble pectoral fins. 

In a large outdoor tank, the team used aerial and underwater videos to assess the rays’ responses to various anti-predator materials. One plot of clams were placed inside polyester mesh bags that also had a latex net coating, another under a high density polyethylene (HDPE) netting, and a third under chicken wire cover netting. The control plot of clams were unprotected. 

After the completion of each trial, the team noted the number of crunched clams and how frequently the rays visited the various randomized patches. While the undersea hunters were capable of consuming clams through bags, the anti-predator treatments reduced clam mortality four- to tenfold compared to control plots where the clams were unprotected. The double-layered treatments (bags with cover netting) had the lowest clam mortality.

“Based on our findings, many of the current anti-predator grow-out strategies used in the hard clam shellfish aquaculture industry appear capable of reducing predation by large predators like whitespotted eagle rays,” said study co-author Matt Ajemian, director of the Fisheries Ecology and Conservation Lab at FAU, in a statement. “In par­ticular, bag treatments with cover nettings achieved the highest clam survival rates, although it is important to note that this did not appear to completely deter rays from interacting with the gear.”

[Related: Tiger sharks helped scientists map a vast underwater meadow in the Bahamas.]

The observations suggest that the rays appear to be capable of interacting with the aquaculture gear for longer periods of time, which potentially diverts them from other natural feeding habitats such as sand and mud flats.

“These habitat associations could expose these sensitive animals to other risks, although we are just beginning to understand them and admittedly have a lot more to learn,” said co-author Brianna Cahill, a research technician at Stony Brook University, in a statement. “Contrary to what we expected, rays did not prefer control plots (mimicking natural conditions) over treatment plots with anti-predator gear. This suggests a real possibility that these rays are interacting with shellfish aquaculture gear in the wild, as suggested by our clamming industry partners.”

The researchers also observed the rays interact with the treatments on the deterrents, including using their lower dental plate to dig through the sediment at the bottom of the tank to access the clams in the unprotected control plots and to move the gear.  

More testing could reveal whether chicken wire, a common deterrent in Florida, is actually beneficial. Earlier studies suggest that the electric field of the metal could be detected by rays and sharks and might overstimulate them, protecting the farmed shellfish. 

“Given the frequency of interactions we observed with chicken wire in our experiment, we question whether chicken wire is a deterrent, an attractant, or neutral, as it may not have a powerful enough signal to influ­ence the rays,” said Ajemian. “Still, we have more questions than we started with, and look forward to investigating this further with other species and deterrent types.”

Best 3Ds Games 2023: Top Nintendo Games For Your Ds

Pokémon Sun and Moon

Although we’re keen for a Pokémon game on the Switch, the franchise has always been about the traditional handheld console.

In short, we love Pokemon Sun and Moon. Partly because it solved some of the issues we’ve had with previous games, we’re talking little things like HMs and having the PokéMart inside the PokéCenter.

As usual, the game is great for players of all ages and we enjoy the way the game is split into different islands, varied tials and the awesome new Alola versions of Pokémon such as Vulpix, Sandshrew and Raichu.

There are plenty of new features including the Poké Finder, Z Moves, Battle Royale, Poké Ride, Hyper Training, Poké Polago and the Rotem Pokédex.

The Legend of Zelda: Tri-Force Heroes

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New Super Mario Bros. 2

This is the second game specifically developed for the 3DS and 2DS with the classic side-scrolling style. Who knows where number 3 is in the series but this version is worth owning.

We’re not sure we could ever get bored of side-scrolling Mario games and this has plenty to keep you entertained with, starting with over 80 levels. You get the usual amount of secret elements to uncover.

The game is largely about the coins as you can collect a whopping one million. The Gold Flower power-up means you can shoot gold fireballs at enemies and blocks turning them into coins. You can also turn 10-Coin clocks into special Gold Blocks, which Mario’s can wear head to collect coins until the power-up runs out.

It’s all classic Mario fun.

Hey Pikmin!

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The cute little creatures that are Pikmin have been around for over a decade now but have finally made their way onto the DS.

Hey Pikmin! is the first title in the series to be portable and sees the return of Captain Olimar who, once again, needs help repairing his spaceship.

It might not be a flawless game but you’ll still have fun and it’s a good choice for younger players. The game is a sidescrolling platformer you can play casually one level at a time.

The most fun is had when flinging Pikmin at enemies using the touchscreen but you’ll also need them to solve the puzzles in each level. Different colour Pikmin have different skills like jumping higher while others are immune to fire.

Mario Golf World Tour

Mario Golf games have been great fun since the original on the Game Boy and N64 and we can recommend World Tour.

Basically Nintendo injects the kind of fun into golf that means you don’t need to be interested in the sport to enjoy playing. You certainly won’t get bored with over 200 hole across more than 15 courses.

World Tour might not have all the features of previous titles but it introduces a number of new features. These include gyroscope support, online multiplayer and downloadable content like N64 courses.

We particularly like Item Shots, where different items can do all sorts to your shot like ignore weather, avoid hazards and collect coins.

Monster Hunter Generations

Monster Hunter Generations is without doubt the best in the series. It maintains the familiar quest-based gameplay, with progressively more tricky creatures to kill or capture. You’ll need to work on your weapon trees, armour sets, collect materials and more.

As well as the same 14 weapon types, there are four Hunting Arts to try, and each works differently with each weapon type, so you’re never going to get bored of going into battle. The new Prowler mode means you can actually play as your Felyne.

In addition to new monsters, there are now Deviant Monsters to conquer too, some of which are mutated and more powerful forms of creatures from previous games.

Monster Hunter is awesome if you’re a solo player, but even more so if you group with up to four players.

Super Mario Maker 3DS

This one is a port from the Wii U but well worth getting for the DS, especially if you haven’t played the console version.

Without even making your own courses, there are 100 Nintendo designed courses and you’ll get challenged in various ways like attempting to complete a level without letting go of right to make Mario run.

When it comes to creating your own you get all the tools from the Wii U version (aside from the Mystery Mushroom and the linked Mario costumes) and you can make a course as simple or as complex as you like. If you like you can share your masterpiece with the world and also take on other players’ homemade levels.

Super Smash Bros. for 3DS

We love a good virtual brawl and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS is certainly that. If you like fighting games then this is a must for your DS collection.

In simple terms, the game is a chaotic fight between characters from all over the Nintendo universe including Zelda, Pokémon, Kirby and more. You can customise aspects to suit your play style and fight against AI or friends via local or internet methods.

There are plenty of levels, support for amiibo and an exclusive Smash Run mode which gives up to four players five minutes to fight solo through a huge battlefield to see who can get the furthest.

Animal Crossing New Leaf

Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney

There might be a new Professor Layton game coming in July but that doesn’t make this game any less appealing.

As the name suggests this is about more than just the Professor and when Espella is kidnapped, both Layton and Wright end up in Labyrinthia. The professor and attorney must combine forces to save her.

The game combines the puzzles you’d expect but adds in the ability to defend Espella in court. You must alternate between the play styles and there are hint coins to find which will help you out. It’s another cracker from the franchise.

Kirby: Planet Robobot

Our list of best 3DS games wouldn’t be complete without Kirby. We’ve been enjoying games featuring the lovable pink ball since Dream Land on the Game Boy.

The latest escapade is Planet Robobot where Kirby travels through stages by jumping between the foreground and background and using more than 25 copy abilities to steal enemies’ powers. And yes, he can use awesome armoured suit like chúng tôi from Overwatch.

There’s also ammibo support and you can play the Team Kirby Clash mode with up to four people to complete quests.

Mario Kart 7

The series is in need of new version for the DS, but until that happens Mario Kart 7 is the best racing game available for the DS.

It was the Mario Kart game that introduced glider wings and underwater propellers that are now so familiar. You can also customise your kart with different wheels depending on the courses you’re going to tackle.

Other features include new courses like Wuhu Island, SpotPass and StreetPass, plus the ability to play multi-player locally or over the internet. New characters in Mario Kart 7 include Lakitu and Metal Mario. Don’t forget to check out the Balloon Battle and Coin Battle modes, too.

Luigi’s Mansion 2

Mario Party Star Rush

Forget trading property in Monopoly, although a Switch edition is coming, because Nintendo makes great board games.

As usual, you’ll play on different boards across different worlds but you don’t have to sit around waiting for each play to take a turn in order any longer. Instead you all play simultaneously making more flowing and fun.

You can expect plenty of mini games, board bosses and now you can almost collect players from the Mario universe as you go round to create a team. You’ll no doubt have fun battling it out with up to four players over local wireless or Download Play.

Best Video Compressors For Mac

Best Video Compressors For Mac 2023 What Is A Video Compressor For Mac? What Is The Need For Video Compressor For Mac?

A video compressor for Mac is software that helps you reduce the size of your video. The size of the video is reduced so that it can be easily shared or transferred to some other device that may or may not support a video of a certain resolution.

Now, there are two kinds of compression – lossy compression in which the quality of the video is compromised and lossless compression, in which the quality of the video more or less remains the same.

Best Video Compressor Apps For Mac

Here are some of the best tools which will help you reduce the size of any video on Mac, in the format you desire without causing any harm to the original quality of the video.

1. VideoProc

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Easy to use interface

Supports video codecs such as MPEG2, MP4, MOV, MKV, MOD, MPEG-4 AVC, H.265/ HEVC, just to name a few

Doesn’t let the video lose its quality

Doubles as a video editor and lets you trim, cut and crop videos before compressing them

Uses GPU hardware acceleration thereby compressing videos smoothly

2. Movavi Video Converter

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If you are looking for straightforward software that can help you reduce the size of your video for various reasons, Movavi video converter is the tool you are looking for. It is touted as one of the best video compressors for Mac.


Unlike many video compressors for Mac, Movavi supports 4K compression without causing any harm to the quality

The conversion speed is at par with the best video compressors for Mac

Allows you to edit videos as well

Batch processing supported

3. Wondershare Filmora 9 Video Editor

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We all know Filmora as a powerful video editing software but the lesser-known fact that it is also a wonderful video compressor for Mac. So, you get the goodness of video editing along with compressing videos in one software.


Easy to use interface that even beginners can understand

Compress videos in more than 12 media formats including FLV, VOB, MP4, AVI, etc

Can produce outputs in more than 20 video formats

Compress an MP4 video up to 60% of its original size in less than 1 minute

Even after compression, the quality of the video remains the same

4. Handbrake

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First on the list of best video compressors for Mac is Handbrake. It is open-source software that is available free of cost. Whether you are a beginner or a tech-savvy professional, you can see tons of tutorials that will help you get a hang of it. Having said, this video compression software is more suited to those who have some knowledge of programming.


Highly customizable

Compress video in a variety of video formats without losing quality

You can compress video according to the device of your choice

Source code can be changed and the software can be changed to a sound compressor

5. YouCompress

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Needn’t install a full-fledged software when you have YouCompress online video compressor for Mac. And, the best part is that it is free of cost. On the flip side, this video compressor for Mac can be used if you only have a few videos to compress.


Decent intuitive interface

Compress unlimited files

Once you have converted the video and have exit the page, your video gets deleted from the server

Supports WMV, MOV, MP4, AVI and VOB formats

No watermarks unlike many free video compressors for mac

6. Clipchamp

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If you are not in a mood to download a full video compressor for Mac, you can instead take the online route and reduce the size of your clip, not just on Mac but even on Windows as well. Along with a compressor, it also doubles up as a webcam recorder, editor, and converter.


Compress video files on the go

Allows you to clip video in batches

It supports a wide variety of input resolutions and format

You can upload, share and view videos all at the same place

7. BlazeMedia Pro

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Keeping aside its interface which is a little dated, there is no reason why you wouldn’t like this video compressor for Mac. it is one of those utilities which also lets you preview the files before you reduce their size.


Dated but easy to use interface

A large number of formats are supported like MPEG, AVI, WMV, etc

Highly customizable

You can set both start and end time

Batch processing allowed

8. Any Video Converter And Compressor

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Any Video Converter is one of the best video compressors for Mac. Again it is one of those video editors which does the work of reducing the video size deftly since it offers a variety of compressions options.


Latest video compression standards are used to convert videos

Drag and drop files, select compression parameters and you are good to go

Supports batch conversion without compromising on the video quality

Fast conversion speed

Any video converter supports more than 200 video formats

9. Clideo

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Clideo is a video compression software that lets you compress the video by almost 40%. All you have to do is simply upload the file, set parameters and that’s it.


Intuitive and easy to use interface

Fast compression

Needn’t download the software as the compression takes place online

You can even choose a file from one of your cloud storage platforms like Dropbox, Google Drive, etc

Wrapping Up

Next Readings:

Top 8 Video Compressor Apps For Android

How to Compress Files in Mac, Windows and Linux PCs?

Must-Have Mac Apps To Use

How To Force Quit Apps On Mac?

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70 Tips For Creating Great Content For Your Website

Many start-up businesses, and even established business owners who’ve decided it’s time their business had a professional web presence, don’t know where to start when it comes to planning their website. There are so many things to consider, and so many choices. Just getting the design and  layout of the website can be intimidating. Then you have to determine what will be on the site. It can be mind-boggling.

Sometimes, by the time you get to the content portion of the site, your brain is fried from trying to make the other decisions. When you begin to think about the content, you’re probably asking yourself, “What do I write about” or “Where do I start?” If so, you’ve come to the right place. You only have one chance to make that first impression. If you take your content seriously then your audience will too. You want your audience to visit your site over and over again. If you provide quality content for them time and time again, they will keep returning to your site.

Getting started is the most important step. If you know how to write, you are already 95% of the way there. You don’t need to be an English major to understand any of the tips in this book either. It is written in plain English  that everyone can understand.

Writing for the internet requires different skills to those covered in most school writing lessons. If you’ve never been much of a writer, starting writing as an adult may seem difficult. The upside is that as an adult you have more experience, skills, and knowledge that you can share with your readers. This knowledge, skills and experience can be valuable to you and to others. Writing an article, series of articles, or blog posts can be an excellent way to share what you know and what you’ve experienced with your audience.

While the writing you need for your site can be outsourced to professionals, it is very possible, and definitely more personal, for you to do it yourself.

That’s what the tips in this book can help you do. Professional content writers are exactly that, professional. They take their jobs seriously. When a professional writer has been provided with instructions from a client, they read them carefully to get an understanding of what is required. The problem with outsourcing to a professional is they don’t know what you know or haven’t experienced the things that you have. They don’t know how you feel. In other words, they don’t have your heart. They can write in the way you instruct them, but they can’t write with your heart. They can give information, but they can’t give a reader a sense of who you are. They can’t share your personal experiences with the same passion you feel.

Writing your own content can also be a very rewarding experience. It can help you make a personal connection with your readers. It gives them a sense of who you are, because you will be sharing your knowledge, thoughts, and feelings in everything you write. Writing content that connects to your readers is what you want to do.

If you’ve never written anything for a website before, don’t worry. You’re not alone. That’s why you’re reading this book. The information here will help you create that quality content. For your convenience, the book is sectioned into the four main content areas: articles, blog posts, books, and videos. Together, there are 70 great tips to give your website the “WOW” factor.

Who is this course for:

Whether you are already writing a blog or have a website up and running in this short course you will gain new knowledge and understanding of what it takes to publish great content on the internet.


You will gain an understanding of the steps you must follow to write great content.

I will give you tips on writing web articles

I will get you started on writing blog content that gets noticed

And we will even go over tips on creating video for your web or other applications such as YouTube


You just need an understanding of and access to any word processing software.

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