We love customer stories, so we sat down (virtually) with one of our awesome InboundWriter WordPress plugin users, Bon Crowder, who is a math education advocate and parental support specialist. Here’s what she had to say….1) Who is your favorite writer/author? Wow, out of the gate you want to know my dirty secrets!? For fiction books, which I don’t get to read much of, I’m a big King and Koontz fan. Non-fiction, I like Godin and Pink. Online goodies, I’m currently reading a lot of Tom Ewer’s stuff (the WordPress, leaving-work-behind guy, not the cook guy). 2) What topics do you typically write about? Math. Yup. Math. Actually, I write about math learning and teaching. I write about how the rules of math aren’t really RULES and how parents can inspire their kids in math through quite normal activities. I publish to www.MathFour.com at least four times a week. Sometimes more. And there’s always other goodies I’m writing – like guest posts, newsletters and research papers. 3) How often do use InboundWriter and why did you start? Every article I write that’s over 200 words gets run through InboundWriter. I think I first started paying for the service back in November… It’s likely I learned about it from someone on Twitter. I would like to increase my SEO, get more readers and take over the world. Okay, maybe not that last part. But I would like to help change the culture of math in the home – globally. 4) Did your writing process change after you began using InboundWriter? I realized that humans read very very differently than Google. Humans will get the metaphors and Google will not. “Children grow fast” and “kids are like weeds” are the same for humans – but not so for Google. And InboundWriter helped me see this. So now I write for humans and then go back and consider if the humans will care if I do some adjustments. I don’t think humans see the lack of metaphors at all. Sadly, though, this will mean we’ll eventually be metaphor-less. So much for Shakespeare, eh? 5) Do you have a favorite InboundWriter feature? I like that it tells me what to do next to help my SEO. I don’t like it when it stops telling me and I’m at less than 100%. #overacheiver 6) What should people know about InboundWriter? It helps you write for the search engines and still not bug the crap out of your readers. 7) Shaken or stirred? Either. With an odd number of olives. And tons of olive juice. YUM!