I like this Alfa Romeo.
Find out more in this Wikipedia article.
I heard about this useful Schema generator for FAQ pages
For the boring flower snapshot album, some first signs of spring.
I’ve been on Flickr for over a decade.
And I have over 20 thousand photos.
I didn’t think this is possible.
The primary beneficiary is… me.
I love browsing thru my photos.
I love seeing old snapshots emerge in the Flickr stats or in old links or chats.
I realize Flickr might be dying. I hope not. I hope the new owners find a sustainable business model soon. And ways to innovate.
I witnessed a motorbike crash this morning while cycling to work.
I was cycling up Elisabethenstrasse when I heard a loud crash.
A motorbiker had crashed on the other side of the street. At a place where the tram tracks and street don’t leave much space for cyclists and motorbikes.
At exactly the same spot which I’ve previously identified as being dangerous.
Not so long ago, the pavement at the tram stop was increased in height so that now the tram doors open at pavement level.
This means the curb is much higher and steeper.
At the same time, the space between curb and tram track is narrower than before and after the tram stop.
Which means on rainy days, you can easily slip on the wet and slippery tram tracks.
I usually move to the middle of the tracks, away from the curb.
I think I will cycle a different route. Especially on rainy days.
Life is precious. Cycle safely.
As you can tell i am shocked.
Brian Dean’s recent study confirmed what many Digital Marketing folks know intuitively.
(…) Brian Dean recently found that 94% of all content generates zero backlinks. And just 1.3% of articles gobble up 75% of all social shares.Source: Brafton
It’s 2020 and we’ve have been pumping out content for many years.
Algorithms influence distribution.
How do you earn backlinks for your content?
As shown in the above article, the cost of content creation is increasing.
Distribution strategies matter.
I liked this tweet:
That blog from 2 days ago?— Ross Simmonds (@TheCoolestCool) January 7, 2020
Republish it on Medium
That video from 4 weeks ago?
Republish it natively on social
That research from 6 months ago?
Republish it as a PDF on LinkedIn
That podcast from a year ago?
Turn it into a video w. captions#DistributionOverEverything
Well, maybe not Medium… Their technical SEO is broken. I personally think WordPress is still a good option.
The tweet conveys the importance. You need to increase visibility. You must find ways to connect.
Consider distribution strategies early, ideally when you are planning and creating the content:
Some snapshots and memories in this Flickr album.