Would you enjoy an article on SOE techniques with examples?
Would it interest you to see how to write about area(s) of your passion, hobby, or area that you enjoy writing from an SEO stand-point?
I have to disagree...a child could not read Orwell except to understand that there were talking animals. A child would have no concept that the story represents the Russian Revolution. Orwell was not known to be simplistic either in thought or language. He did, however, believe that we should not CHANGE our words or lose our words (Newspeak), and on that account I would agree.
We have to keep a sense of academia in our language, or we lose our standards. If you go back in history, you can see how our language incorporates all sorts of classes ans words: Germanic (vulgar), French (Middle), Latin (High).
I appreciate our variety of words and the choices we have in English--especially as a Language Arts Teacher. I hope we never lose the high standard of academic language and our choice to use the vulgar terms and words of our own choosing.
Maira Khan--what question are you answering?
CJ Andrews--yes I would.
Maira could be talking about the simplification that Orwell put into Newspeak - pretty much dumbing it down. This using keywords etc. could be the parallel. And our normal usage of words and language being the full and robust language that has so much more potential.
So, I am either reading WAY too far into Maira's answer or she is answering a different question.
I will stand with her view being: don't dumb language down but use language to its fullest potential.
Hopefully I am not stretching too far.
Impulsively, enthusiastically, with a thirst for knowledge the answer is YES!!!!!!
A more scholarly answer in good fun would be: An avid reader of authors ranging from Dr. Seuss to Francis A. Schaeffer to J.R.R. Tolkien, and a student of Leonardo Da Vinci, referring to his codex, I am more than enthusiastic to read an article of this nature. Being a newbie I am still trying to understand SEO (period) LOL. SeeHear, Do, Teach is the theme I see presented here, in the Now.
by Victoria Van Ness 2 weeks ago
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by mistu4u 3 years ago
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by Laurel Rogers 6 years ago
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by Kuan Leong Yong 6 months ago
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by editorsupremo 6 years ago
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