Creating Content for a New Page and Post - Part 1

Last Update: July 07, 2015

Hello to our lovely community,

In the last couple of weeks we have been very busy creating content for a new Page and Post on our cheekychihuahuaproducts.com Website.

We have recently been on a small four-day trip away, and we decided to write some articles on this trip and other trips we make in the future.

We have just published a Page called "Travelling with Bubbygirl", which is more of an Introduction Page, and we've added a Post called "Bubbygirl's Trip to Cooktown & Daintree National Park - Part 1", as a sub-category underneath it.

Bubbygirl looking at the countryside.

The content of Part 1 of this trip, is all about our first holiday break in over a year, where we travelled through vast open countryside taking in the sites, as well as exploring a small seaside place called Cooktown which is on the East Coast of Australia where Captain James Cook landed in 1770. So if you would like to, feel free to go and check it out.

All in all, we feel that we are slowly and steadily succeeding in our endeavour to create a site that people will want to visit and learn lots of good ways to better care for their animals, and at the same time, they can read some amusing, entertaining and interesting stories about our travels as well.

Oh by the way, Geoff and I have decided (after several suggestions) to start adding to our Visitor Pets Picture Gallery, other animals other than dogs - cats, snakes, ferrets, spiders, pet rocks - you name it - as long as they are "pets" we'll be happy to add their photo and a small blurb to our website. I'm sure that some of the stories will be funny, sad, happy and even serious.

If it wasn't for all the members here as well as Kyle and Carson, having created WA, we wouldn't be feeling the satisfaction of creating a website that we love and are proud of. So thank you all.

Geoff, Jane and Bubbygirl.

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solidbase Premium
Hey you two,
Good to see you again, and well done on your progress.
I suffer from arachnophobia, so I will definitely not look at pictures of spiders when you post them. LoL
Have a good one today. (Or rather tonight. You guys are always different to us, being on the "underside" of the world). :)
Take care.
-Theuns
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Geoff-n-Jane Premium
Thank you Theuns for your comment.
Yes, we don't like spiders either. Pictures of them are enough to deal with.
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whitsunday Premium
Hello Possums!Nice work on your new additions.
If you run your links here through the new 'comments' section in the siterubixs box (top left) we can all get points for leaving a comment on your website...and in turn ...ask for comments on our sites too.
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Geoff-n-Jane Premium
Hi Janelle,
Thank you for your comments and your suggestion.
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anderscj Premium
Never thought of Cooktown as a little seaside town but I guess it is. I had an aunt and uncle living there years ago. It has changed a lot in the last 40 years. Enjoy.
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Geoff-n-Jane Premium
mmmm, I guess years ago there wouldn't have been much of anything there, a lot like the Gold Coast years back.
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anderscj Premium
It was a small settlement with queenslander houses. The main street went up the hill to my Aunt's gift shop where the tourist buses stopped. I remember it took a long time to drive there. I believe it is very modern now with new buildings.
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SamiWilliams Premium
Congratulations on the addition- know that growing is always kind of challenging- and glad you have found what you were looking for.
Sami
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Geoff-n-Jane Premium
Thanks for your comment Sami.
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HelenpDoyle Premium
Watch out for those crocodiles! Daintree is quite marvellous. Hope you have fun.
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Geoff-n-Jane Premium
We'll be talking about crocodiles in Part 2 of the blog. Thanks Helen.
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Larry_T Premium
Keep up the great work on your Pet website, you THREE. :-)
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Geoff-n-Jane Premium
hahaha - Thank you Larry.
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Mark1957 Premium
I say whatever Dennis says...LOLssssssssssss
Great stuff both
Mark
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Geoff-n-Jane Premium
Yes, we have thought about it. Thanks Mark.
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Prestones Premium
Greetings Geoff-n-Jane -

It's great to expand your picture gallery, but don't lose your overall site focus on your chosen niche. The search engines will yawn instead of viewing your site as an authority - never a good thing if monetization is your goal!

Dennis
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Geoff-n-Jane Premium
Thanks for the advise Dennis.
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MarionBlack Premium
Great work mates, keep it up. ~Marion
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Geoff-n-Jane Premium
Thank you Marion.
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