Blog content writing that talks your language and can grow your SEO
Mic’ drop: anyone can write a blog. And because of that, it’s like a great, big, blog fog out there.
As a blog-writing buff, I can help you make your blog a professional, engaging extension of your brand. Raise topics that are strategic to you and valuable to your customers. Write genuine copy passages that talk your language and sink into the hearts of your audience. Serve your strategic goals and lift your website ranking too.
So, yes. Anyone can write a blog. But outsourcing blog writing to a trusted, copywriter (like me) elevates your business blog to beam like a beacon. Let’s cut-through by creating valuable, interesting, and shareable content that’ll switch on your customers.
New blogs show your site’s on (and someone’s home)
Creating regular blog content for your website is essential. Blogs demonstrate your skill and expertise. They enable you to share more about what your business does. Or makes. They can nag the search bots about your site and help them rank you.
But most of all? Like cracking a front window to your house, writing new blogs are clear proof someone’s home. That your business is a living, breathing, OPEN operation. Why? Unlike your primary webpages, blogs are date-stamped and in motion. They show life.
“I love it! The tone of the blog is fantastic and mirrors what we’re all about. Thank you, Lindsay. It’s super. No notes!”— Emily Pullen, CEO, Jim’s Jerky
Quality blog writing backed by experience
As an ex-Marketing Manager, I’m a natural at copywriting blog posts that serve strategy. With my PR qualifications, I can’t help but craft your blog or article into a smart, helpful and entertaining read.
I’ve written hundreds of blogs for B2C and B2B businesses across various topics. Writing authentic content that talks your language is what I’m all about.
What blog writing services can I help you with?
Good blog writing fuses smart storytelling with strategic goals. A really good blog serves customer purpose whilst delivering your message. Here’s a sample of different blog formats I write for B2C or B2B businesses regularly:
– ‘How to’ guides
– Topic lists (eg. 5 ‘Xs’ to achieve ‘Y’)
– Checklist articles
– Team member profiles
– Case studies
– Industry updates
– Market news