Word Camp Philly 2014: Good Content
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How to write good content,and the history of online content

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  • 1. One Weird Trick to Writing Good Content @vboykis  
  • 2. About  Me  @vboykis blog.vickiboykis.com
  • 3. Before 2003
  • 4. 2003-2007
  • 5. Please give us some pageviews Post- 2007
  • 6. Today
  • 7. One thing never changes People like genuine-ness. And people like good stories.
  • 8. Be genuine
  • 9. Be consistent
  • 10. Share your work
  • 11. Read others
  • 12. Resources   1. Penelope  Trunk’s  Guide  to  Blogging   2. Paul  Ford/  hCp://www.Frain.com/   3. Paul  Graham   4. Language  Hat   5. The  Bloggess   6. The  Toast   7. Diary  of  a  Gold-­‐Digger   8. Aeon  Magazine   9. The  Browser   10. Ask  a  Manager   11. AVC   12. HyperboleandAHalf  
  • 13. Thank you!
  • 14. Paintings, in order •  Slide  1:  Abbe  Jean-­‐Jaques  Huber,  Maurice  Quen]n  de  La  Tour     •  Slide  2:  In  A  Roman  Osteria,  Carl  Bloch   •  Slide  3:  Portrait  of  an  Unknown  Woman,  Ivan  Kramskoi   •  Slide  4:  The  Glass  of  Wine,  Vermeer   •  Slide  5:  Le  Discret,  Joseph  Ducreux   •  Slide  6:  Self-­‐portrait,  Joseph  Ducreux   •  Slide  7:  Photo  taken  by  Michael  Anthony  Murphy  (ask  me  for  contact  info)   •  Slide  8:  The  Milkmaids  and  Friends,  Nikolai  Baskakov   •  Slide  10:  Pics  from  this  site   •  Slide  11:  Luncheon  of  the  Boa]ng  Party,  Renoir   •  Slide  13:  King  Drinks,  Jacob  Jordaens   •  Slide  16:  The  Tribute  Money,  John  Singleton  Copley   •  Slide  18:  The  Triumph  of  Death,  Brueghel   •  Slide  22:  S-­‐curve   •  Slide  24:  Grandfather  Stories,  Konstan]k  Makovsky   •  Slide  26:  The  Laughing  Cavalier,  Frans  Hals   •  Slide  28:  Pushkin  at  the  Mikhalkovsky,  Pytor  Konchalovsky   •  Slide  28:  Tete-­‐a-­‐tete,  Vladimir  Makovsky   •  Slide  32:  The  Big  Daily  Read,  Jean  Helion