One example that I encountered the other day was when my kids were all hovering around the computer as I played on a Saturday afternoon. This seemingly normal fetch quest had me going around to retrieve memory stones in the area. That sounded boring until we saw that all of the stones triggered little scripted scenes showing a back story of this family that was currently isolated and fractured. Finding out how this came about to be and that the father was not a disinterested figure but was in fact making a significant sacrifice for his children was a pretty strong revelation. … [Read more...] about ESO: Short stories, big experiences
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Blue Mage will be a new limited job releasing in… patch 4.5, not Shadowbringers. What’s a limited job? We’ll have to find out tomorrow, which will offer more details, but we know that when the job is added it will be capped at level 50. We also know that it will have no associated class and no actions learned via leveling, so you’ll have to seek out and learn everything to expand your lineup. There will also be a new BLU-only duty introduced in 4.5, The Masked Carnival. … [Read more...] about FFXIV Fan Festival 2018: Shadowbringers promises new story, new regions, and new jobs
Putting out blog or video about a product complements your product descriptions, allowing you to elaborate further. As they say in the ad world, long copy is always better than short copy. The more words you have to sell someone something, the higher the chances that you will make a conversion. So pick a product you’d like to highlight, and write something that gets people excited about it! Get creative with it. Talk about what inspired the product, give it a little history, a little depth. … [Read more...] about How Content Marketing Can Help E-commerce Business?
Currently, most people use Twitter and Facebook to duplicate the content they offer on their blog or have links to their blog. Most people will follow your site through a RSS feed, so this Secondary Layer needs to offer a little more reason to exist. You could use Twitter/Facebook to publish a thought for the day, a link to another blog post that adds to a recent post, or even pull an archived blog post that is still relevant. The key is to not to over-do it. It is a light brush stroke over your canvas that people should see quickly and respond to. The aim is to keep them interested in the content you give. … [Read more...] about Adding Value to Your Blog: Layers of Content
But even the strongest work ethic won’t get you anywhere as a blogger if you don’t have compelling and engaging content to draw in readers and fellow bloggers. That’s why you have to go the extra mile to optimize your content if you want to make the leap from web obscurity to viral popularity. Among other things, that extra mile could be a popular blog post format meant to hook readers on your content. I’m talking about stylistic posts that go beyond the typical three paragraph update. I’m talking about blog posts that yield results. … [Read more...] about Blog Post Styles Designed to Optimize Your Content