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Copyblogging Doctor Who

Doctor Who websites, there sure are a lot of them. As you type in the words “Doctor” and “Who” into Google (or you’re proffered, albeit not as good, search engine) you’ll be offered just around 689 million pages to look at, 689 million…that’s a lot of Doctor Who.

Hopefully your search will always result in arriving at Kasterborous or a specific feature that we’ve published, but if not then we forgive you and also request that every single search you do from now on contains the word “Kasterborous”, even if you’re looking for the IKEA homepage.

What with all these millions of sites that are available, you might find that some are quite samey, maybe they have very similar content, maybe they look the same. Perhaps you’re doing your very own research in order to create the best Doctor Who website that the internet has ever seen. If you are, the very best of luck to you and may we take this opportunity to offer some sound advice as to how to keep your website fresh, original and popular.

Tea Silvestre has written a very helpful blog which includes some interesting hints and tips for any blogger that uses Doctor Who as a starting point for creating content that will help keep the hit rates for their site high. It doesn’t have to be Whovian content, of course; it’s all good advice that can be applied to any topic that you might wish to write about.

If you want to read some strong ideas on keeping your website fresh or just want to read Tea’s opinions’, head to CopyBlogger.



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