A Simple Equation:

Add High-Quality Content to Your Website Regularly = You’ll Make More Money.

Fresh, high quality content, added regularly, is what the search engines like Google want to see. This is the process of SEO (search engine optimization), which in it’s most basic terms can be thought of as “getting Google and others to like you”.

And the more they like you, the higher up you’ll show in search results – and get more online visitors in the end. This means more leads, and ultimately more online revenues for you.

How do you increase your SEO?

You build SEO primarily through adding new content on your website. This is usually in the form of new pages on your site, or a weekly (at least) blog.

Our web content writers do the research to know what your potential customers care about, and write posts they know will appeal to them. These types of posts show Google that you are a thought leader in your industry or field, and that they should share your site more often for those searching for businesses like yours.

The statistics show the facts:


SEO Web content writing

  • A vast majority of consumers pick a link on the FIRST PAGE of results.  If customers can’t find you there, they usually don’t find you at all
  • About 70% of people now say they discover a new company from articles instead of ads
  • Invest more in high-quality, evergreen posts instead of temporary advertising… which disappears the exact moment you stop writing checks!


Content on your website can still be helping you attract more attention many years after you’ve paid for it!


increase web traffic with seo content writers


If this is so simple, why doesn’t everyone do it?

Good question.

First of all, most business owners don’t know the statistics and facts that you just read. They aren’t aware of the benefit.

For the rest the answer is time, desire and skill. As you see, the more frequently you add new material the more quickly you’ll see results.

But most business owners don’t have the time (or other staff) to stick with a publishing calendar, and/or they don’t enjoy writing in the first place.

They also lack the knowledge of SEO rules that make for a really effective post.

And that’s where I come in.


If you’d like to learn more, hit the button below and let’s get a conversation going!




Six Things Social Sites Can Do To Keep Me Engaged

I try to check out as many new platforms, tools and services as I can. The vast majority of the time the technology is good enough and the idea is good enough, but the enterprise ends up falling flat for me. I’ll play with it a little bit, explore the different elements, but ultimately I find myself pulling away and going back to other places on the web. In thinking about it further, I’ve come up with a check-list of six questions that go into determining if this is a place I should be spending my time:

1. Who’s there?

Just about every site lets you connect with or invite your friends from Facebook, Twitter, etc. Great idea, makes sense. Or at least did make sense. But now I start to ask the question, “If s/he is my friend on Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Foursquare, Quora and Facebook, why am I connecting with them here as well?”  There doesn’t seem to be any context, it’s just random friend tapping.  Sure, sites can benefit from the network effect, but the failure to add a layer of relevancy makes this a hollow exercise. Rather than trying to ramp up with volume, I’d rather see sites incorporate More >