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Here at Foster Web Marketing we handle the technical SEO side of things for a pretty big stable of websites - and we're always trying to improve. We also work with our client's outside marketing and SEO consultants, so we hear great ideas from them - and some pretty bad ones.

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Library articles provide readers with “evergreen” content—content that is relevant to your business, barely changes over time (so it is always relevant to your readers), or zeroes in on specific aspects of a practice area. Library articles should serve as foundational pieces that provide informed and well-developed facts, ideas, or opinions on subjects relevant to your practice areas. The tone of these pieces should be professional and educational, and they should provide your reader with detailed, well-researched information.
 

When writing a library article, keep the following questions in mind:

  • Is this information useful to your reader?

  • Is the information clear? Did you properly outline your thoughts?

  • Is your tone friendly, approachable, and loaded with solid advice?
     

Of course, for most practice areas, there is a ton of relevant and important information you can share. To help you get started, here are some examples of library article topic ideas:
 

  • “How We Determine the Value of a Serious Car Accident Case”

  • “Types of Surgical Errors and How to Protect Yourself”

  • “Symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis and What to Expect From Treatment”

  • “How the Car Accident Claims Process Works”
     

Still stumped for ideas? Take a look at our guide to finding great topics for online content.

 

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Library articles provide readers with “evergreen” content—content that is relevant to your business, barely changes over time (so it is always relevant to your readers), or zeroes in on specific aspects of a practice area. Library articles should serve as foundational pieces that provide informed and well-developed facts, ideas, or opinions on subjects relevant to your practice areas. The tone of these pieces should be professional and educational, and they should provide your reader with detailed, well-researched information.
 

When writing a library article, keep the following questions in mind:

Is this information useful to your reader?

Is the information clear? Did you properly outline your thoughts?

Is your tone friendly, approachable, and loaded with solid advice?
 

Of course, for most practice areas, there is a ton of relevant and important information you can share. To help you get started, here are some examples of library article topic ideas:
 

“How We Determine the Value of a Serious Car Accident Case”

“Types of Surgical Errors and How to Protect Yourself”

“Symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis and What to Expect From Treatment”

“How the Car Accident Claims Process Works”
 

Still stumped for ideas? Take a look at our guide to finding great topics for online content.