ABOUT OUR BLOG CATEGORIES

23.07.20 03:09 PM By amit

Under each category, every content name will be prefixed with Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced to indicate the nature of the content and who it is meant for.


So if you go under category Guides you will see the naming convention to be like : Beginner – SEO Google , or Beginner- SEO XYZ. While the prefix symbolizes the nature of the content and who it is meant for, the Name will be self explanatory with the name of the Source at the end (separated from the name describing the content).

  

All content under  Case Studies  will be vetted by us and only put there after review. While third-party case studies would be put out there, but only after the third-party has provided ample proof  supporting the results. Those third-parties that provide the case study will be given full credit as source for that piece of content.

Case studies are meant to be used only for our students to read and review. They are not meant to be reproduced in any form on any other website or material.

  

The category Articles carry curated content that is deemed to be useful and current. The date the articles are posted should give you an indication of usability of that piece of information. Articles might be produced in house or curated from other sources. Posts under Articles might even carry consolidated news from different sources.Articles carry curated content that is deemed to be useful and current. The date the articles are posted should give you an indication of usability of that piece of information. Articles might be produced in house or curated from other sources. Posts under Articles might even carry consolidated news from different sources.

  

Third Party Websites is a category that will carry information regarding other websites. These websites are identified by us as good source of content for a particular set of information. Here too the prefix to the Name will indicate whether it’s a Recommended  or Like  followed by any of - source / partner / functionality /features /design & then the Name of the third party website.