Tag Archives: The Guardian

Quiet and Exclusive

Quiet and exclusive with a mix of classic and contemporary,words which aptly describe this hidden gem.Works of art lined the walls of the entrance/lobby.With a view over the Imperial Gardens(Cheltenham)Five stars in every respect.

Were you to favour one or two of the original works of art it was also possible to purchase.

Glowing  reviews from:

The Sunday Times Travel Magazine,The Good Hotel Guide,TimeOut London,Michelin Guide 2012,The Guardian and

The Telegraph.

I would so love to enter the name of this paticular hotel,but feel the exclusivity gives it the appeal to ensure more than one visit is a must.

The surrounding area,the michelin starred restaurants and the Cotswolds on the doorstep makes it one of the most enjoyable UK destinations thoroughly enjoyed with   - – - -  who was and is an utter gentleman at all times.

The weather may be changeable in the extreme yet good friends never change and the gentleman/friend mentioned(a name is not relevant,as discretion is paramount at all times)was a pleasure to be with for the two days/evenings we both thoroughly enjoyed.Enjoying a similar sense of humour,the fabulous surroundings,the fine dining.

Not forgetting our private time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

 

The Perfect Blog

Is there a perfect blog?The answer is quite definetly yes,i must add at this point there are certain points to remember.

A successful post (in time)becomes similar,yet not exactly the same as  your Daily Newspaper.

Thus the ardent follower of certain websites will log in only to read the blog.

The person reading the ever changing posts may not realise the more successful the blog the higher the ‘google’ ranking.Which is a dream for the search engines.And so the website is yet more and more popular,great news!!

You will notice you will continue to read what is topical ie.,the funnier side of recent news events,also the more serious side,celebrity gossip etc.,

Google Keywords,which may be termed as words to search an item of interest.

Placing a photograph within your post is also a fantastic idea.

To gain your daily read Online.Available without the need to subscribe are:

The Guardian,also the Daily Mail  and if you were wanting a more indepth read ie.,economics,The Economist is available also without having to pay a subscription fee.

http://www.guardian.co.uk 

  http://www.dailymail.co.uk 

 http://www.economist.com

The jist of this post is to point out that it may be a natural flair combined with a passion to search/research which combines to make an outstandingly knowledgable blog,which in turn creates much more traffic to your website.A journalistic flair!!

And also more importantly your site will rank much higher in the google rankings.

Were you to mention or link to the popular social networking sites ie.,Twitter and or Facebook and you will have a marketing tool which stands above many who fail to do this.

Were you to link your site to Youtube your site will also see an increase in traffic.

As well as the above,there are many more marketing tools to consider when creating and nurturing your website. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .