Add Sections of Content to Your Leaf: Images, Videos, Feeds, and Uniqueness!
We like to call the virtual Legos of content that you can stack up to make a great leaf "sections." These sections vary in purpose, just like Legos. You can add videos with the YouTube section. Add photos with the Flickr section. Upload your own photos using the Photo Gallery section. Provide a feed of your latest tweets with the Twitter section. Suck in your pins from Pinterest with the aptly titled Pinterest section. And, last but not least, tell us everything about you, your dog, your job, your experiences, and your passions with the Text section.
All of the sections available on Zujava are located in the sidebar when you are editing a leaf. Let's walk you through all of the sections available on Zujava below.
The real "meat" of a leaf: where you can add text, a photo, or jumbo photo
The default text for a rich text section states this:
"Add unique content, including a photo in this text section. Adding more text sections will allow you to add even more tantalizing content! The more unique content you add, the better your chance of this leaf performing better."
The Rich Text section will be the backbone of your leaf. It's versatile, and gives you the opportunity to use basic HTML like bold, italicize, and ordered lists. In addition, you can upload one photo. Click off the "jumbo image" box at the bottom to make the photo appear full width!
2. Featured Leaves Section
Add your other leaves, or feature related leaves from other authors!
Add multiple photos with captions, like these!
The Black Box Section
Apple iPad mini - 16GB, Wi-Fi, Black
iPads, Tablets & eBook Readers
Apple iPad 3rd Generation 16GB, Wi-Fi + 4G UNLOCKED (Verizon), 9.7in - Black
iPads, Tablets & eBook Readers
This month, we asked our writers to create great content for the May Leaf Challenge, in honor of Melanoma Awareness Month. We had some great submissions, and we're happy to announce the winner, Bittyanimals! She'll be receiving a free Zujava mug for creating this outstanding leaf. Congratulations!
"Zubassadors are highly skilled Cossack soldiers that terminate spam dead in its tracks. No, false. That's not true. Zubassadors. Boost. Great. Content, it's that simple."
Dwight might not know everything about Zujava, but the real truth is that Zubassadors are a group of talented writers on Zujava that can discern good content from bad. As a Zubassador, they are asked to look for specific types of content to give some "love," while reporting content that violates any content policies.
You've heard it before that content needs to be updated. But, how? We've come up with ten ways that you can update your old content to make it appear fresh, relevant, and ready to read.
What kind of research should you do when writing an article online? This will depend on what type of article you plan to write, but there are some commonalities for all articles. I recommend that you do three kinds of research before you complete your article, and preferably before you write your article. They are topic research, market research, and keyword research.
If you have not been writing on the internet for very long, you may be confused as to why so many writers worry about what Google is doing. In brief, Google and other search engines are where the majority of our traffic comes from. This is because people have learned to search for information via search engines (hence the name). Therefore, pleasing those search engines is part of the game of writing online.