Blogging & News Articles
Updating your website with fresh content on a consistent basis is great for SEO. Google loves publishers! So, posting relevant, timely content on your site regularly lets them know you’re serious about keeping your customers informed. But it also shows site visitors that you take your business seriously. Customers want to know that they’re doing business with professional organizations. Seeing you take the time to publish informative articles about company happenings, industry trends, or other important news proves that you take keeping them informed seriously.
But let’s face it – finding the time to write can be challenging when you’re trying to run a business.
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Our web copywriters can create articles on practically any subject. They’ll work with you to develop a list of approved topics that are sure to engage your customer base and attract new readers. Every article gets extensively researched, and no article ever gets published without your approval.
Once you approve the final draft, all articles are formatted beautifully on your site with high-quality images, keeping it looking neat and professional. And every article can be also posted to your social media accounts, keeping them active and fresh, as well as potentially driving even more traffic to your website.
A Blogging Schedule to Fit Any Business
The more you post the greater the potential impact. Monthly feature-length blog posts are the most popular. However, we can write articles on whatever timeframe works best for you.
Whether it’s news about your company, a new product launch or service offering, or industry news that shows you’re on top of current trends, blogging is a powerful tool to drive traffic to your site and build trust in your brand.
“Micro-Blogging” with Social Media Posting
Continuously engaging your online audience keeps your brand fresh in their minds while providing additional SEO benefits for your website. We can write shorter, easy-to-digest blog articles and cross-post them to your social media accounts including Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
Intended to be published more frequently, these bite-sized posts are great for quick tips, short announcements, or many other topics where a full-length article isn’t required.