If you are like many owners of a local small business (less than 50 employees), when you built your website, you probably skimped on your web content development, which includes search engine optimization copywriting (SEO).
Here’s what typically happens. You’re developing a new website and your web developer emails: “Where’s the content?”
You are crazy busy, so you grab your brochure and any other marketing materials you have laying around, and you send it all off to him.
Thrown together content or content recycled from a brochure or other printed materials usually won’t work on your web pages. In part, because your printed materials weren’t developed well in the first place.
This all means fewer leads and fewer sales for you.
The good news is, most likely, your competitors are making the same mistakes. That means you have a huge opportunity to outperform your competitors — by simply redeveloping important pages on your website. I also develop completely new content for entire websites. My favorite.
That’s what I do: Web Content Development and Copywriting for SEO.
I help my clients drive quality traffic to their web pages through search engine optimization. And, as a copywriter, I write pages that turn into leads or sales.
P.S. Over the years, many clients have requested me to design their websites as well as develop content. That’s fine, too!
Hire me first.
What is good content?
The results were immediate. The phone started ringing and the orders came. She wrote the pages so well that when they call, they’re ready to buy. Come up first in the organic search without having to pay a dime to Google.
It’s been an absolute pleasure working with you, Kathy. You are consistent and your work ethic is the kind America is losing. This project is the biggest thing I’ve ever worked on and you have been a big part of that. I truly do appreciate your help with our product.