Hola! Anthony and I are pretending that we are still in Mexico. The best way to do this is by eating lots of tortilla chips.I made a chicken posole recipe a while back; this time, we tried a different recipe and I think it tasted even better!
We threw in some red pepper and went for the radish topping for a veggie/color boost. My mom has this thing about “adding color” to recipes and I guess I’m growing up to be just like her Plus a side of mini pumpkins! This soup was a winner. We love Food Network’s recipe library.
Since I am tapering this week, I have lots of spare time to do things like read more blogs, sleep, and go to SEO presentations.On Monday evening I attended a seminar given by McLean Robbins and organized by Fortique. Just a few notes for those of you looking to engage your readers (and please the search robots!)
- Sharing is important! If you make your content helpful, inspiring, fun, and/or community-like, your audience will be more likely to share (which will boost your search engine rank.)
- Use to-the-point, informative headlines; tag your photos clearly; and keep your content under 800 words as a general rule.
- Use Google AdWords (now Google Keywords, and generally less helpful) to see what people are searching for; also, this is why you might have noticed more “unknown search term” messages lately.
- In the end, quality and originality are king. Original quality that engages readers will be shared and clicked — naturally boosting your search rank.
- If you could go on vacation RIGHT NOW, where would you go?
- Favorite snack?
- Bloggers/website people: How do you “optimize” your content?