The World Wide Web has revolutionized the small business world. It has made it easier for owners of product-based businesses to expand their horizons, selling to customers across the state and across the globe. It has been a godsend for service providers, enabling many of them to deliver results faster and more efficiently. It has even brought forth many new possibilities for freelancers and firms, such as blog template design.
It’s hard to ignore the fact that the Internet has also changed the face of marketing. Every business needs a good website to maximize its potential. But what makes a website good – or great?
A professional layout is a good start. Of course you’ll need some attractive graphics. And most sites will need the services of a qualified programmer to provide the desired functionality. But you could have all of this and still have a mediocre website if you don’t have one more thing: content.
Even in this age of multimedia, the written word is still very important. This is especially true online. You need written content to provide the information your visitors need, and to keep them engaged. Content is also very important when it comes to search engine rankings. The more relevant, optimized content you have, the more traffic you’ll get from Google and company.
I have seven years of experience as a writer of Web content. Here’s what I can do for you:
- Write captivating content for your website, whether it’s an ecommerce site, informational site or blog.
- Optimize new and old content to improve your search engine rankings.
- Craft interesting blog posts that will keep your visitors coming back for more.
- Turn your ideas into words that you can put your name on (ghostwriting).
If you’re looking for an experienced and knowledgeable content writer, look no further. Contact me today for a quote!