What Are the Benefits of a Blog?

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Continuous fresh content will mean Google needs to regularly index your site and is also a consideration when Google decides how to rank your website in search results. If your website doesn’t contain a lot of content, or any fresh content, a blog would be the perfect way to achieve this while also target specific keywords.

While it isn’t easy to commit to a blog, keep in mind that it may only be a weekly or biweekly update that is all you need to start increasing visitors. If don’t know where to start, try creating a list of different content opportunities. We regularly suggest using testimonials as blog posts, as they usually contain excellent keywords but also don’t require any writing time for the blogger. You can also use events, industry news and business changes.

How does this bring a return in visitors? As well as ranking new pages into Google, a good blog psot can also receive social media shares and links from other websites. All of this will also increases your ‘Domain Authority’, where Google considers your site a higher authority than your competition.

If you would like more information or a quote to get set up with a blog, or for us to blog for you, give us a call on 01775 761512.

Offshore Windfarm & Renewable Energy Website

Drive By Websites was absolutely delighted to be awarded the contract to build the website featuring an offshore wind farm being developed 20 miles off the coast of Lincolnshire and 28 miles from the coast of north Norfolk.

The information website is to keep visitors informed of project news and information to help people take advantage of the opportunities that will become available from this exciting new project.  Suppliers interested in working with Triton Knoll and their contractors can register their interest here.

Offshore Wind FarmTriton Knoll is seeking the best value in respect of all aspects of its delivery with the aim of becoming one of the most cost-competitive offshore wind farm projects, generating some of the lowest cost energy for UK consumers.

When interviewed, Drive By Websites’ Director, Jack McLean had this to say: “It is a privilege to be working on such an exciting project. The Triton Knoll website will demonstrate relatable content and design for anyone, from the local communities to project stakeholders. It is already clear that this partnership is set to be productive.”

Visit here to find out what Project Director, James Cotter had to say.

The Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm has an expected maximum export capacity of up to 900MW.  Once the project has been constructed, it will have the capacity to provide enough electricity to meet the potential energy needs of up to 800,000 average UK households annually.

The construction and operation of the wind farm could also represent a potential investment of over £3billion across the project life-cycle, and an important supply chain opportunity.

Triton KnollYou can keep in touch with Triton Knoll in respect of  what is going on around the project by email: [email protected] or you can write: Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm Ltd, 2 Eastbourne Terrace, London W2 6LG

 

 

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