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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

oDesk Online Article Writing and Blogging Test (U.S) Answers 2015

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Is it a good idea to have two blogs with the same content to try and increase traffic?
b.     Yes, two blogs, even with the same content, will most likely double your traffic on the web

If you're writing an article about applying for admission to graduate courses in universities, your target audience is likely to be _________.
c.     a range of readers who are thinking of applying for admission to a graduate school

What are "Google alerts"?
d.     A system where Google e-mails you the results of your pre-arranged search terms on a regular basis to stir your thoughts about writing blog content   

What is "fair use" in terms of using someone else's copyright online?
a.     A system where copyright is exchanged between the original owner and the blogger who co-opts it   

What is "autocasting"?
d.     An automated form of podcasting that allows bloggers (and blog readers) to create audio versions of text-only blogs using RSS feeds  

Which is the correct order for finding your target audience and selling goods or services to it?
c.     Have a business plan, identify your audience type and their level of expertise, design a strategy for drawing them to your site with greater interest in your product, make sales, identify their interest in your product     

What are "blooks"?
d.     All of the above 

When writing an article about safety and light bulbs, which of the following is likely to be your target audience?
b.     Ordinary people involved in home improvement 

If you're writing an article about the automotive industry, which of the following would be the best way of promoting your article?
a.     Adding internal links within your blog that cross-reference the article        ------Question10:

Question 10:
What is the term used for "the number of times the keyword is used divided by the total word count on the page"?
d.     Density of syllables 

What are "stop words"?
c.     Words that are banned on the blogosphere by the blog police  

What is the "useful but incomplete" approach in terms of promoting your product in an online article or so-called e-zine?
c.     Making the article useful but leaving it incomplete so the market is enticed but has to follow your link to learn more 

In sourcing information, you may use materials not subject to copyright such as names, common symbols, lists of ingredients, short phrases, slogans, slang, titles etc.
b.     False

What is an "open thread"
b.     A thread that has closed links

What are "FAQs"?
e.     All of the above

Which of the following is the term used for the collective blogging intelligentsia, namely the most influential bloggers online by page rank owing to their high traffic count?
b.     Hoi polloi

How long does an author's copyright – whether in print or online - last?
d.     For 40 years after he/she dies

What is "blogosphere"?
d.     Blog companies that group together and buy smaller blogs

What is 'placing of keywords in the important parts of a webpage so that search engines may give them priority' called?
a.     Keyword prominence

What will happen if you type the words "sport-basketball" in the Google search box
c.     Google will find the web pages about "sport" that do not contain the word "basketball"

What is "podcasting"?
d.     Mass e-mailing for marketing purposes to promote several blogs at the same time 

Search engines will return different results depending on the word order of the search terms.
a.     True

What is an "affiliate business program"?
b.     Signing up to be a business partner with another online company to promote each other's interests and thereby reaching a larger market 

it's a good idea to create identical content on multiple blogs as this can increase web traffic and get higher listings in search engines.
a.     True  

Which of the following is most likely to guarantee the content on your blog is professional, subject-appropriate and grammatically correct?
c.     Reading it through before posting 

There's little need to copy text before trying to publish it to the web because you rarely lose the text at the time of publication.
a.     True 

If you own a copyright on your own works, you can license your work for reproduction and publication around the world according to place and length of time.
b.     False

What distinguishes a blog from a website?
d.     Contact details

What is "misinformation"?
c.     Mr. Information  

If your website sells golf equipment, your promotional articles should be written about _________ .
d.     the best clubs to use at certain times

What is the difference between a "patent" and a "trademark"?
b.     Patents and trademarks are the same; it is copyright that is different  

Which of the following features will increase the likelihood of a reader staying longer on your blog?
b.     Using external links to generate the new page as a pop-up window rather than going directly to the new site 

What is an "anonoblog"?
b.     Using external links to generate the new page as a pop-up window rather than going directly to the new site  

What is the reference list to other works placed at the end of an article called?
c.     Original material

What does "'ping' your blog" mean?
d.     An alert that notifies the original poster of a post when someone else writes an entry concerning the original post

What is a "tag"?
b.     A language element, such as a word, often used in blogs to identify the type or types of content that makes up a particular post    

Which of the following are good ways of protecting your online content?
a.Searching for the plagiarists of your content  

Fooling the search engines with link farms, keyword stuffing, cloaking or alt text spamming is not a good idea because _____________________ .
d.     All of the above

What is a "plagiarism warning banner?"
b.     A banner you place on your site or blog to deter potential plagiarists 

Why is it damaging to have disfunctioning or non-functioning(dead)links on your website?
a.     You cannot prevent people from reaching the destination without doing so

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