After you have finished editing your article it's time to publish it beautifully on your website. This means careful use of typography, layout, spacing, colors, media, and even interactive elements.
In the AI-assisted workflow here is where you turn to WordPress and a few key plugins to help publish your article and add interactive elements. Below are the resources I’ve created to help with the publishing step of the workflow.
- WordPress Slideshow-like Design Hack to Save Time If you create videos out of your WordPress content — maybe even by reading articles and sharing additional thoughts — this design hack will help
- Use Markdown in ShortlyAI to Save Time Publishing Markdown is a text formatting language of sorts — useful for adding formatting to ShortlyAI that when pasted into WordPress saves time formatting the blocks in the Gutenberg editor.
- Edit on a Small Screen; for Small Screens On today’s Internet chances are there is a high proportion of your readers who are on small screens. With the proliferation of smartphones everywhere it’s
- Article Design Pointers to Improve the Reader's Experience When you publish your article online you want it to be easy to read for your visitors. Chances are your website theme is already handling
- The Perfect Article Checklist You've probably noticed when reading articles online; there is a considerable difference between the good and the bad. And I'm not talking about the content
- How to find targeted keywords your audience is actually typing into Google Feedback is important to success. You can get far without it, but at some point, you'll seek insights and new ideas from your readers and customers. But have you ever tried to get SEO feedback? As weird as it sounds, it is possible. You can learn what people are literally typing into search engines using an age-old technique: asking them.