Fractions aren’t the most exciting thing in the world, but over the next few weeks I’m going to attempt to focus on the different calculators that I’ve created that use fractions. I’ll do this by blogging my brains out about fractions, how they pertain to school work, and how they’re used in real life.
Fractions as an SEO Experiment
There are multiple reasons why I want to concentrate on the different fraction calculators over the next few weeks. I mostly want to see what kind of impact these blogs will have on the amount of traffic. As I’m learning more about SEO (Search Engine Optimization) I am learning more about the power of blogging. So, as an experiment, I’m going to concentrate on one subject within the website to see what improvements I can make.
Fractions in Blogs
Although I may come across some writer’s block, I’m going to attempt to post blogs on three different blog sites. There is the CalcuNation blog about my work on the website itself. There is also Homework Math Medic, a blog that pertains to math in the classroom. And finally there is the blog, Math in the Real World, that discusses different ways that fractions can be used in real life situations. There is a good chance I will bore myself, let alone anyone who reads these blogs, but I will attempt to put some insight and thought into my writing.
Along with the blogs, I will be linking from each blog to the other when the subject matter makes sense. I will also be linking to the Fraction Calculator Menu and the individual fraction calculators, like the Multiplying Fractions Calculator. I have no idea what to expect, but hopefully more users will find these online calculators and find some help for their questions with fractions.
Hopefully, if you read this, and you understand my goal, I will be able to justify a focused effort to blog on one subject and I will see more than fractional improvement in the amount of visitors to the site. Sorry for the play on words.