2013-03-02 07:03:38 - Las Vegas, NV, 1 March 2013 – 20 year old college graduate re-launches MomentMatters.com, an online publication of relatable articles for the daily readers. It skips the use of keywords for search engine optimization (SEO) a.k.a. bad writing. It calls for people to share their best life moments.
As the printed media declines, journalism companies transition to the new age platform – the internet. Any business in the internet is expected to follow the keywords guideline of SEO to increase its visibility; but this is the problem. During the 2011’s Super Bowl season, The Huffington Post wrote the cheap headline “What Time Does The Superbowl Start” to top the Google results. The keywords are rewarded with rankings but the writing suffers. Many journalists write for web crawlers rather than for people.
MomentMatters.com abandons the keywords. It allows creative styles of writing. It’s a website that is actually for human readers.
Since celebrities and politics create a constant buzz in the internet, online journalism limits its scope to cover topics
as such. This is another problem. Journalism has never become this repetitive. It circulates tiresome stories about the same prominent people; and the topics that ought to give readers new insights and perspectives are overshadowed.
Moment Matters is an alternative to the mainstream online media. It covers interesting topics that are left untapped, such as society, lifestyle and new researches.
The website maintains a positive vibe that is rarely seen in the news. It advocates people to tweet their moments that mattered with hashtag #MomentMatters. People can also share their best life moments in “Our Moments” page.
Other features of Moment Matters include:
• Spotify and Gravatar integration
• MacMillan dictionary, where double-clicking a word shows its definition
• Quotecentrate, a collection of the best life quotes
• Create Moments, a submission page
US and UK residents can enter the sweepstakes and contests to win $25.00 gift certificates for Amazon.com, giftcertificates.com, iTunes and Starbucks. Submitting an entry is as simple as subscribing and tweeting.
To learn more about the website, visit www.momentmatters.com.