Let us help you find your voice and build a community within the InForum Web site. By starting a blog at AreaVoices.com and using our new keyword system, you can get your blog content to appear on related pages within The Forum’s Web site. Talk about a built-in Web audience.
It’s simple. Here’s how it can work for you:
Want to share your recipes? Start an AreaVoices blog, and at the bottom of each post, tag your blog with the key word “recipes” and your entry will automatically show up under the “Area Voices” tab at the top of the recipes page on Inforum.com. You can easily find it by typing “recipes” into the big black search bar in top right corner of the homepage.
Want to post scores and information about your rec sports group? Start an AreaVoices blog, tag your entries “rec sports,” and your posts will appear on the related InForum page. People will be able to find your posts and pictures just like they would anything else on the Web site.
The topics you can blog about are endless. Our new blog feature is great for service organizations, clubs, neighborhood groups, and anyone else who has something to say.
Here are some ideas for keywords, or tags, you might want to put at the bottom of your areavoices blog. Notice that your tag can be one word or a series of words put together. When you are placing your tag at the bottom of your blog post, just be sure to separate multiple tags by commas and should include no special characters such as quotation marks or apostrophes.
This is by no means an encompassing list. These are just some ideas to help get you started.
A tip: Think like a Web reader when deciding what word or words to use. In other words, what word might you type into a search box if you were looking for content on a particular subject matter? That’s a good indicator of a successful tag word.
West Fargo Packers
Fargo South Bruins
Fargo North Spartans
Moorhead Park Christian Falcons
Oak Grove Grovers
Fargo (or whatever the name of your town or community)
Rose Creek (or whatever the name of your neighborhood)
Rotary (or whatever the name of your club or group)