October 20, 2010
This past week, I wrote an article about goji berries. I never thought I would be writing about this little berry for a living, but search engine optimization (also known as SEO) is such a wonderful avenue for learning about so many different topics! There is no product or service that can’t be the focus of search engine optimization. Just by typing in keywords on the Internet, you will be able to explain anything to anyone. So with that in mind, this is what I learned about a goji berry. I was amazed with the history of this fruit and the health benefits from this tiny piece of fruit.
It is a red berry that resembles a raisin and is chewy like one, too. It has a sweet and sour taste to it. What really caught my attention is what it can do for you. It can provide increased energy, which I think everyone could need including myself, boost your immune system, and help with weight loss. That one tops my list. This berry is full of nutrients and vitamins. There are so many vitamins that I can’t even remember them all. What I do know, that little berry is packed with good stuff for you.
The history of this berry is quite interesting. We are talking 6,000 year ago!! Herbalists in China, Mongolia and Tibet used these berries to protect the liver, help eyesight, boost immune system, fertility and many others. They celebrate this berry every year. It is known as the “happy berry” and I just love that!
I am very interested in trying out these berries. You can purchase them as dried fruit, fruit juice and even chocolate goji berry clusters. That would be quite delicious. I was thinking of adding the dried fruit to a salad and then invite my family and friends over to try this delicious salad. I am sure it will be a great hit and then I can let them know all about the goji berry. And, for dessert, you got it, the chocolate covered goji berry cluster. Remember, the berry makes it healthy!!
This just goes to show you that no matter what industry a company deals with, it is never too small to be worthy of a good search engine optimization campaign! And, as far as the berries go, just think- all of this information from a little three word abbreviation called SEO.