It was difficult to create a title for this Paul Mitchell Sculpting Foam Expression. It has good eyes, but the mouth looks like it is just shrugging off whatever comes its way. We have decided to let visitors tell us one word associations with any of the expressions. What do you see?
Background: This Paul Mitchell Sculpting Foam blog is being developed as a live example of how one of our clients might use a blog to pull traffic to their website. Our client was having a difficult time understanding how their posts would need to be specific in their content in order for machines to find them relevant. This example is helping them understand the cost-benefit trade-offs. Fresh daily content is required to boost the success of a website’s organic search results; however, meaningful content on a daily basis for the topic “website and application development” requires actual resources and was beyond the scope of this example. The idea of copy & pasting someone else’s work was boring and fake. The solution came in the form of Paul Mitchell Sculpting Foam. Our client could easily produce a daily photo of a Paul Mitchell Sculpting Foam expression. As part of the live example, Cyber Services is tracking this blog’s success for the search term “Sculpting Foam”. We are confident that the blog will not rank highly in a search on “website and application development.” But “Sculpting Foam” is a different story. And if you want to improve the ranking, you can put a link on your site to this page. Call the link “Sculpting Foam.”