Blog Post Copywriting
Writing that inspires, engages and informs.
Creating fresh content regularly and posting online—to your website (as a news update, industry tips or blog post), your online social media accounts and publishing to third party website—is a great way to drive traffic to your website. You have worked hard to build your business and have learned some things along the way. Is it time to bring in a professional copywriter to bring your voice and engaging messages to your consumers?
If you have products, this is a great way to showcase your latest offerings or provide ideas for how things can be used and integrated with other items in your inventory. If you offer services, writing "did you know" pieces can be a great way to educate the public about your processes and how you can benefit them.
Most businesses are so busy being successful in what they do, that taking the time out of their schedule to build blog posts and sprinkle them around the internet is not an option. Hire someone to market your business and build awareness through regular blog posts and watch your website traffic climb!
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PRICING: I recommend keeping your blog posts fairly short (between 500 - 1000 words). My $100 hourly rate is based on a 500 word blog post. A standard 750 - 1000 word blog post with beautiful imagery generally comes to $150 - $195, depending on the topic and amount of research needed.
PLEASE NOTE: For effective representation of your services or product/s and brand voice, please send additional information or links in support of your blog posts that provide a thorough understanding of your business, your offering and values. If I do not have enough information to go on for knowledgable copywriting, I am happy to perform further research for an additional fee. Research: add one hour per 500 word blog post.
Examples of items I may require from you: mission statement, services/product type breakdown, who your target audience is, how long you've been in business, perceptions about what you offer, information about your competitor/s.