How often have you had a problem and looked for the solution online? Now more than ever, the answers to people’s problems are being posted online, often in the form of an article. Zujava provides the perfect publishing platform to create a useful article (leaf) that writers will enjoy using and readers can easily find the information they are looking for.
From simple solutions to problems like a how to stop a blinking Christmas light to more complex problems with computers, parenting, or health, people are searching the internet to find the answers. Publishing a Zujava leaf helps to collect all of that useful information about that problem into one concise page. Writers benefit from this when they see the increase in traffic, and potential sales generated through related Amazon items featured on the page.
What problems have you encountered lately that would be a useful leaf? Why not create a leaf about that problem, then give readers the solution right on your page?
For instance, last month, I was looking for Florida oranges in the grocery store. I’ve been looking for them for years, but they hardly ever sell them in New England. From what I remember, they were more plentiful when I was growing up, and had a sweeter taste that I preferred. I searched online, and found few answers. What I did find was a forum thread about the subject, but that was about it. I looked again in the grocery store last week, and finally found oranges from Florida. They were tasty, and almost like I remembered them – but they looked different. I’m still on the hunt for good Florida oranges, even if I have to have them shipped to me. If there’s a nearby grocery store that carries one, or if I can at least get an explanation as to why Florida oranges are no longer sold in the northeast, I’d be happy camper.
If this story isn’t a great topic for a leaf, I don’t what is.
The point is, there are missing holes in the internet still, waiting for you to fill them. It could be a product you can’t find anymore, how to fix something, detailed instructions to put together a popular baby swing (with photos?), or your questions and research about the elusive Florida orange.
A leaf is simply this: a single page dedicated to one topic, in detail, with unique content. What topic you pick and what “holes” you are filling on the internet will decide whether your leaf is getting traffic, and getting noticed.
What “holes” can you fix with your next leaf?
The florida orange photo is by flickr user Sam Howzit, under Creative Commons 2.0.