Video Articles: A New Way To Publish Yourself On The Nolan Chart
This is a great option for people who don't consider themselves to be very good writers but who still want to contribute to the Nolan Chart. by Walt Thiessen
Sunday, February 5, 2012
I am pleased to announce today a new feature here on the Nolan Chart: Video Articles! If you have wanted to be a contributor here on the 'Chart but were reluctant to do so either because you are not a very good writer or your typing skills leave something to be desired, well, we now have the perfect solution for you!
All you have to do is set up a YouTube account and have a computer with a microphone either embedded or attached to it. That's it! You don't even have to have a web cam, although most computers these days have those built-in too. You simply create a video on YouTube, grab the URL, create a new article here on the Nolan Chart, enter the URL along with a title and short description of your article, and submit! It is that easy.
Watch the video to see how it's done!
By the way, just because you create a video article does not mean that you cannot add text to the article. In fact, you can! The text editor remains available to you, and it can be a very good idea indeed to add perhaps 80-100 words of text. This is strictly optional, but that 80-100 words of text can provide more keyword information for the search engines, thereby increasing the opportunity for your article to rank well for more keywords and therefore get more readership. So if you feel so inclined to add more text than the Description field offers you, by all means, add it to the body of the article.
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