Technology has advanced most areas of life including how we trade stocks or monitor our investments. Old school trading was only accessible via the floor and calling live brokers to make deals for you. Now, you can go online at any time of day or night and broker trades yourself.
Thanks to crowdfunding, traders can now trade within a vacuum, swapping funds with each other seamlessly. Apps and the internet also employ the use of robots to automate trades based on specific criteria you set up. Through this technology, your stocks and investments are monitored and tended to while you sleep.
by Sujain Thomas, Guest Contributor
To align SEO with the ways of search engines, you must optimize the website features to make it search engine friendly. On-page and off-page optimization make websites compatible with search engines and often people want to know which would be more important to get the right results. It all depends on what you want to achieve.
This is my penultimate column for Digital Media Ghost, so it’s my next to last author interview (for those that don’t know what “penultimate” means). Though I will now have more free time to play with my cats, I will miss getting to know my fellow authors in this quasi-intimate online manner. But that’s why God invented social media. And cats.
Sorry, awesome author bro Ryan Sayles. Cats are from Heaven. Either that, or somebody is lying. Do I believe a semi-innocent sentient feline, or a rather facetious fiction writer? Let’s get to the bottom of this controversy right now…
Modern society has changed extremely quick in a short time compared to the rest of human history. The digital age is in full swing, and the advancements we’ve made are absolutely staggering. Unfortunately, some of this progress happens so quickly that it can become exploitable.
In the beginning, Ghostwriting for an SEO Content Writer can be a bit overwhelming; this is because you may always think about whether you are doing your subject justice or not. However, in reality, taking the apprehension away comes down to knowing when you need to use your subject’s voice and when you must use your own. It should be a blend of your writing skills and the subject's knowledge. If you do more of one over the other, then you are not ghostwriting. Instead, you’re just writing.