Word Camp Philly 2014: Good Content

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Word Camp Philly 2014: Good Content

  1. 1. One Weird Trick to Writing Good Content @vboykis  
  2. 2. About  Me  @vboykis blog.vickiboykis.com
  3. 3. Before 2003
  4. 4. 2003-2007
  5. 5. Please give us some pageviews Post- 2007
  6. 6. Today
  7. 7. One thing never changes People like genuine-ness. And people like good stories.
  8. 8. Be genuine
  9. 9. Be consistent
  10. 10. Share your work
  11. 11. Read others
  12. 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. 13. Thank you!
  14. 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  

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