SEO Content Development Strategy
If you don’t have a content development strategy for your business website you simply are not serious about your business, or your brand. And if you’re not serious your visitors won’t be either. Quality is obvious and people are picky online.
According to a Nielsen study, well over half of all time spent online is devoted to searching for information. Because of a general lack of content development strategy, a huge proportion of online businesses are missing this opportunity. All it needs is some thought, some diligent research and expert SEO content development.
Don’t Continue to Throw Opportunities Away…
Your website is usually your first point of contact with potential customers. If the content that greets them doesn’t welcome them in and envelope them in information that’s so useful it blows their mind, there’s nothing to compel them to go on to complete a purchase. Then you’ve wasted a prime opportunity to grab them at hello!
There are a handful of original content creation experts online. I don’t want to brag, but you need to know that I’ve been creating content online since 1996 for a wide range of websites. So you could say I’m one of those original experts. I’ve been around from almost the start of the Internet, and I was a senior web copywriter for a company of note before most of us even knew we needed to get content!
Get an Original Content Development Expert On Your Team
So I’ve seen the business develop and I understand everything there is to know about the whys and wherefores of expert content development.
The difference between my work and what you’ll get from an outsourced content writer can be compared to the difference between a gourmet meal cooked by Nigella Lawson, and a burger from your local burger joint–not even up to the standards of McDonalds! (Which if nothing else has a brand to back it up). Or you could compare it to a suit from Massimo Dutti or a pair of returns jeans you picked out of the bin at Walmart. Now that’s more like it actually because that’s another thing about cut-price writers: they’re usually recycling someone else’s work.
And in the same way you wouldn’t go for an important interview dressed in those returns from Walmart, you shouldn’t greet people who want to buy from you with hand-me-down content.
Contact me today and see when we can work together.