4 Good Reasons To Hire Me As Your Writer
From the perspective of any business owner, it’s a big undertaking to keep things running smoothly. Creating the product or service, marketing it the right way, writing and editing internal and external newsletters, staffing advertisements, and so much more.
Anything you can check off your to-do list means less to worry about AND more time for you to focus on other aspects of the business. Or even take a little more time for yourself.
That’s where I come in. As your hired writer I can:
Follow SEO (search engine optimization) practices.
Save you valuable time while using an on-brand voice.
Provide a perspective that’s not too close to the topic.
Help get the reader interested in your message.
SEO to increase your organic search results can be a tricky thing. Finding current keyword trends, having those keywords in all the right places, and proper layout and formatting of the content are all things that take time and must be done with each new content created to increase traffic and bring in customers.
DID YOU KNOW: Google uses 200+ search ranking factors?
That time saving also comes down to the research, writing, proofreading, and editing that YOU WON’T HAVE TO DO anymore. It's worth considering that the subpar copy you might get elsewhere could leave you still needing to find and hire an editor to finish the project.
Many business owners may not be aware that it’s possible to be too close to the topic and ideas being conveyed. An outside perspective writing about your products/services in a new light without relying on jargon can ensure the content is understandable and enticing.
The “golden ticket” that customers find so impressive might just be an aspect that you take for granted.
I want to help identify and utilize the exciting elements of your business that get the reader interested. That means creating fresh new content and completing a finished project you’re happy with. I can help make your message sound fantastic, but ultimately you’re the one who’s responsible for your story.
“So we shall let the reader answer this question for himself: who is the happier man, he who has braved the storm of life and lived or he who has stayed securely on shore and merely existed?”
-Hunter S. Thompson