Day: August 3, 2017

Why Quality Is Essential To Good Blogging

You can’t just write anything in a blog and expect people to read it and love it. You must consider whether what you write is of value to the readers. You must consider several things before, during, and after you post in order to really grasp if what you’ve written is what your readers want. The thing that they are looking for is quality. They are looking for high-quality content. Here is why the quality of your blog posts is important.

Stay relevant to your topic and niche

Don’t deviate and go off-topic. If your blog is about animals, don’t start making posts that focus on cars. Doing a bunch of posts that have nothing to do with with your niche and the items that interest your target audience is harmful to your blog. You will be seen as inexperienced and will not gain recognition as an expert, which is what many bloggers strive to be. Make sure that every post on your blog has a purpose, follows your original theme, and provides something useful to your readers.

High quality is essential to gaining more traffic

When you offer something valuable, you will keep your readers coming back for more. Better yet, they can help you get even more readers and you should see a major boost in hits on your site. That means you will rank higher in the search engines where more people will find your site, read it and generate more revenue for you. If you sell products via ads on your site, this also increases the chance that you will get more ads clicks and even more revenue. The only way to do this, though, is quality over quantity. You don’t need hundreds of posts a day if those posts do not resonate with the readers. It is not a race to write the most posts because those numbers do not attract the readers. They need details, perspective, and insight that is entertaining, educational, or just plain useful.

Careful planning

Many bloggers struggle with writing posts. All it takes is some careful planning before you type. Think carefully about what you want to write before you start writing. Learn what your audience wants to see and what they find is insightful, interesting, useful, or valuable. Keep a collection of potential posts that you have found in various places online, in print, or in a conversation to generate some inspiration and ideas. You just never know when you’ll run into something inspirational or witty that you can use to write great posts, so keep records of all of it. Look carefully at your older posts to see which ones your readers are reading. See if your lengthy detailed posts about several things work better than your shorter posts about one thing. Lastly, don’t force yourself to write because you may sacrifice quality, create posts that miss the mark, and therefore, lose readers.

Blogging can be a fun and exciting field, but it’s not so much about the numbers as it is what your blog provides to the readers. Remember that the quality is what will help you succeed, not the most amount of posts that you can create in a day. Take the time to craft great posts and your audience will repay you with more hits, a better reputation, and increased revenue.

Computer Video Monitor Cables Buying Guide

There are several types of cable on the market that are used to connect computers with video monitors. Not all cables are the same. Some cables are limited in their data-carrying capacity and cannot support high-resolution monitors. Some are suitable to be used as regular, everyday cables while others are intended to be used as a back-up or with a secondary video monitor.

There are four types of cables commonly used with video monitors:

USB cables

USB cables are probably the most widely used cable in computing. They are well suited for connecting peripherals such as microphones, printers and storage devices. Though USB cables may work with many monitors, they support a maximum resolution of 1024×768, making them unsuitable for many newer monitors. USB cables are ideal for a back-up or to be used with a secondary monitor.

Standard VGA

For many years, VGA cables were the standard used with most computers. They work well, but like USB cables they are limited in their capacity to deliver high resolution. Monitors connected with VGA cables have a maximum resolution of 640×480 which make them impractical for more modern monitors with much higher resolution.

VGI

 These cables look very similar to VGA cables but deliver considerably better performance. VGI cables have the ability to deliver high image resolution and video resolution up to 2560×1600. When used with LCD monitors, VGI cables produces a minimum of interference and noise.

HDMI

HDMI cables are the most popular and widely used video cables today. In addition to being compatible with computer monitors, HDMI cables may also be connected to televisions and home theatre systems. HDMI cables deliver a high amount of resolution and produce little interference. HDMI cable deliver information digitally, removing the need for error and static introducing conversions from digital to analog and back again. Because of this, HDMI cables of different quality each delivery a high quality signal for most applications. Longer cables used to connect widely separated devices may introduce some interference; for these applications the highest quality cable available is recommended. HDMI 2.0 is the most current version of the cable, as of January 2015.

For most applications, the HDMI 2.0 cable offers the highest resolution and best quality among video monitor cables. A USB cable may be handy to have as a backup or to use with a secondary monitor, but for regular use, HDMI is the best. In addition to its high quality, the compatibility of the HDMI cable with most modern devices makes it the best choice for meeting most users’ needs.