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This is the new way of blogging about espresso coffee pods? What do you think?

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Aromo the monkey like nothing better than drinking a great cup of pure espresso coffee made using only the finest coffee. Boost espresso coffee pods made by Aromo Coffee Ltd are a favourite of the Monkey’s and he makes his espresso coffee using a 44mm E.S.E espresso coffee pod (A single serving espresso pod that is sealed in a foil bag for freshness and aroma). If you would like to find out how you can get your hands on some great tasting espresso coffee pods in the UK  – visit the Aromo Coffee website.

E.S.E espresso coffee pods made by Aromo Coffee Ltd are a favourite of the Monkey’s and he makes his espresso coffee using a 44mm E.S.E espresso coffee pod

That’s all from me for now – why not write your own coffee tips in the comments? You can also reach me on Twitter or my Facebook page.This article was written by Aromo the Monkey. Aromo writes for aromocoffee.co.uk, the UK’s leading online retailer of 44mm E.S.E espresso coffee pods

 

I like my espresso based coffee, but am I not staying true to the pure espresso as it is meant to be drunk? The thing is that I love drinking espresso based coffee and I need the added water to reduce the caffeine hit, otherwise I would not be able to do any work! But should I be drinking a normal coffee from a jar instead? The espresso coffee is not doubt a better cup of coffee than the way I used to drink coffee, and I have tried freeze dried coffee but it was so bland compared to my espresso based coffee. SO I guess I will stick to “watering down” the espresso – it is still better than going back to the old ways, even if it is not staying true to the coffee bean.

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This is an interesting question – how many machines do you think there are – 50 million? 500 million? a billion? and of these machines how many are able to be used with the beter ESE easy serving (single serving) espresso coffee pod? Just think if every one decided to use the ESE 44mm coffee pods instead of coffee beans or ground coffee in packets, there would be millions or thousands of tinnes of wastage of coffee removed from the planet. thousands more people would enjoy a fresher cup of coffee, and this in turn would make thousands of people more happy. It might even stop someone having an argument – how good would that be.

Want to start a campaign: How many tonnes of Coffee could be saved by using ESE 44mm coffee pods?

So we need to start a couple of campaigns here. First we need to try and establish just how many coffee machines there are on the planet. Once we know that we then need to evaluate these figures and find out how many of those espresso coffee machines can take E.S.E 44mm coffee pods and then we need to work out how much coffee is consumed and we can then work out how much coffee is wasted by using the ground coffee and bean coffee as opposed to using E.S.E 44mm espreso coffee pods which you can by from aromo coffee online.

This is what Wikipedia has to say about Espresso:

Espresso is made by forcing very hot water under high pressure through finely ground, compacted coffee.This process produces an almost syrupy beverage by extracting both solid and dissolved components. It also produces the definitive crema,by emulsifying the oils in the ground coffee into a colloid, which does not occur in other brewing methods. There is no universal standard defining the process of extracting espresso,but there are several published definitions which attempt to place constraints on the amount and type of ground coffee used, the temperature and pressure of the water, and the rate of extraction. Generally, one uses an espresso machine to make espresso. The act of producing a shot of espresso is often termed “pulling” a shot, originating from lever espresso machines, which require pulling down a handle attached to a spring-loaded piston, forcing hot water through the coffee at high pressure. Today, however, it is more common for the pressure to be generated by an electric pump.

I have taken this as a direct quote and placed into our blog. (I have added this a quote for espresso coffee by using the quote button in wordpress – just to be clear!)

The whole thing about blogging is that you never know who is going to read you article, and you probably are wondering why you are writing an article in the first place. Also because the internet is so vast, you are not sure who is right and who is wrong in telling you quite how too blog, let alone talk about a product or service that you are passionate about – like in my case coffee, espresso coffee and single serving espresso coffee pods to be even more precise.

You will find loads of websites or blog sites that talk about different things, most will be about food or technology, but there will be thousands of blogs in just about any subject. I like to think of a blog as a diary or journal where you pour your thoughts on your favourite subject onto a website. You must consider that not many people need to read you blog as the main purpose of the blog is to get google and all of the other search engines visiting your blog on a regular basis. Why?

Why do we want Google to look at our blog and keep coming back? Well the more we write the more we would expect the googleBot to visit the site, the more the site is visited the more esteem the site is place – its called fresh content, and the world wide web and especially Google loves this. So our blog is about easy serving espresso coffee, so we need to be writing fresh content about espresso coffee on a regular basis. When I say regular I do not mean once in a blue moon – I mean once a day. The more you write the quicker the traffic to your site and the quicker this whole thing will start to work for you.

Remember the point of all this is to send Google and all the other web crawlers to your main website -this will increase or rather help increase your traffic to your site and you will see that slowly your webpages will move up the google web pages and rankings over time. But this is just one part of many parts on SEO or search engine optimisation. We are looking at getting out aromo coffee website up the google rankings. One way as I have said ids to write an article in a blog using keywords that would be used to visit your site of someone was searching in google. So the word coffee might be searched for in google. This will bring back too many results, so the searccher has to be a little more specific – they could put espresso coffee – again this might not work due to the high number of reults. Single serving espresso coffee pods uk howver would be much better, and would return results for products using these keywords.

We already know most of our keywords, so we need to make sure that we use these words as much as possible in both our website and in our blog or any online advertising and PR that we do – so every time we put down a word or string of words in a sentence we want to try and insert some of our keywords: In our case coffee, espresso coffee, ESE single serve coffee, espresso coffee pods, coffee pods UK – see what I mean – do you get the general idea. This entire sentence is good for SEO as it is now keyword rich. You can’t just write the word several times over as this will be seen by google as SPAM and they have computer programmes to deal with this. So keep your sentence structure as I have demonstrated but talk about your product or things that might be related to your product.

This paragraph on it’s own is not enough though. We now need to look through our copy that we have written about coffee and espresso coffee and create backlinks or links to our website – we can even put links from this blog to other websites or pages within our website. This over time will become second nature to all of us that are going to be blogging for the aromo coffee website.

So some top tips for the espresso coffee blogger: Write about something you like. It could be about anything related to espresso coffee – a bit like this article. However tenuous we are writing for google in general and not people. But we should try and write useful articles and things that people might want to read – so think of a great title (this is very important) and then something to say. Make is useful, make it rellevant, make it keyword rich, make sure it has plenty of links and backlinks to our main aromo coffee espresso coffee pod website, and make sure that it is 3 paragraphs. The more we blog the better, the more in the blog article the better. If we spent 20 minutes everyday writing a blog then we will see some results.

Add some nice pictures:Lets say you are out at a cafe and see a great looking espresso coffee machine in a retail coffee house – and you think hey, this would be a nice picture on our blog sire, and that you could write an article about it with a great title – say… Worlds largest espresso coffee machine found – but does it use ESE coffee pods? might be an okay title. If we added some words in the title like free porn or see Fiona Bruce naked we might get even more views – as perhaps this article will hopefully show. We could also use pictures of Fiona Bruce to prove the point – it may have a little to do with the website but it may be more interesting thant contantly putting pictures of coffee on the blog!

Now go back over this entire entry and look for your keywords, create links back to the easy serving espresso aromo coffee website – if you need to add words, then add them. You can also come back to this in the future, but really you need to get into the habbit of spending 20-30 minutes writing, uploading images and then publishing. Check your spelling too – easy serving espresso coffee pods is not always and easy sentence to spell!

Oh and don’t forget to add POST TAGS and set a featured image!

Don’t you just love coffee pods? Especially espresso coffee pods. I have just taken delivery of my second batch of nespresso coffee capsules (not quite the same thing as an ESE coffee pod) and they are really great little packages of coffee delight. My favourite on has to be the purple espresso coffee capsule which is called Arpeggio. This is one of the stronger espresso blends that nespresso produces. So do I like it because of the coffee or the colour? It certainly is intense and creamy as it says in the brochure. I also like the Roma, Ristretto and Carpriccio: alll very good espresso coffees

We are trying to decide/find names for our easy serving espresso coffee. We thought that this was going to be easier than this, but so far we have struggled to come up with something that reflects what we are about and what our espresso coffee pods taste like. SO I am writing in the coffee blog to see if I can get some inspiration. We have on the table: bounce, bang, breeze, burst, seven, and we also are considering: Jude Law, Robert Redford, Paul Newman, Steve McQueen, Johnny Depp! also Monkey bang, monkey butt, monkey brains…nope..!

We also like something like: see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.. but that,s not it either. How about pop stars based? Brandon Flowers? We also have this little monkey: aromo, who needs to be represented somewhere, or he will get upset. We don’t want to be too serious, although our espresso coffee pods are seriously great coffee, we like the lighter touch. Perhaps we should call it espresso1, espresso 2 espresso 3 an so on! and grade it with stars. or how about “you’re fired” what would Lord Sugar say! This could be a great challenge for The Apprentice…design and produce a new coffee brand, take it to market and get it on Waitrose shelves within 1 week.

I like BLOG, POKE ME and PING but I don’t think my partners do. It’s current anyway, and I know that all you bloggers drink loads of great espresso coffee. Rocket? Glory? or how about after Space Shuttles: Atlantis, Columbia, Discovery, Challenger and Endeavour…mmm I like those. Coffee that’s out of this world..No espresso coffee thats out of this world. I’m liking. Coffee Monster?, your thoughts? Would people think we have mis-spelled colombia?

I used to be a smoker, and the first cigarette was always the best, but now, after a few years of not smoking I look forward to a lovely cup of single serve espresso coffee. This morning it was made for me by my daughter, and as always she knows how to use our espresso machine. She added a little milk and half a sugar. Lovely. Why is it that the first cup is better than the rest of the day? Right now she is making me another cup, this time with a little less sugar, as I am not sure you really need to have sugar in a cup of espresso coffee, even a single serving espresso, and I have asked for no milk this time so I get a more intense flavour and aroma. That’s also a great thing in the morning, the smell and aroma of the freshly made espresso – mmmmm, what a wake up call, a little like smelling fresh krispy kreme donuts. Now theres a combination donuts and coffee!

How many should your limit be? As a coffee lover I am never sure how many americanos or lattes I should be drinking. All of the coffee I drink is based on espresso coffee using either the nespresso hard pod system or the easy serving espresso pods that come in a single serving foil bag (handy if you want fresh coffee all the time). But just how many of these should we be drinking in a day, and is there a limit on the age that you could start drinking coffee?. My son who is 11 years old loves espresso based coffee, but I only allow him one serving a day. I tend to drink 5 cups a day – is this normal, average or below the national average of UK coffee drinkers?

The problem that I have is my coffee machine makes really great espresso coffee, and the smell that it creates throughout my office (I work from home as a designer) is wonderful – I wish I could bottle the smell and have it as a room spray! Let me know how many cups of coffee you drink – I would love to know.

Welcome to the world of coffee. This site is designed to talk talk about all things coffee. If you want to know how to make a great cup of espresso using easy serving espresso pods then this blog will have some advice and guidance, as well as video demonstrations how to make the perfect cup of espresso coffee, or indeed cappuccino, latte, espresso and many more different espresso based coffee drinks. Here at aromo coffee we are passionate about great tasting pure espresso. We hope that like us, you will enjoy coffee as much as we do.

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