If you run a business you need a blog.
Whether you know this and want to find out if I am the person you want to do it (I am) or whether you are unsure if a blog would be suitable and, more importantly cost effective, for your business (it would) you are in the right place.
5 Reasons why your business needs a blog.
- Blog content provides a massive boost to you SEO (Search Engine Optimisation, this means you rank higher on search engines).
- Your blog demonstrates your expertise in your arena as well as the other great aspects of your business; how great an employer you are, what great stuff you do for the community, your environmental credentials.
- A great blog post creates opportunities for sharing on social media which will drive customers to your social media pages and on to your website.
- Blogging enables you to create and maintain relationships with both new and existing customers.
- It gives you the chance to promote particular items; got some stock that needs shifting? A strategic blog post can help show everyone why they need that product NOW!
- Nearly 80% of companies that use blogging as a marketing tool say it has led to new customers.
- 82% of businesses report that blogging is essential to their business
- Regular blogging makes you 13X more likely to see positive ROIs.
- I write engaging content…if I didn’t you probably wouldn’t be reading this…you’d have tuned out by now.
- I provide excellent value for money.
- Maybe you don’t think your business is interesting enough to have a blog – I will make it interesting, compelling even – try me!
- I am a great listener – yes I know you don’t think that is relevant. But in fact, that is how I learn about your business and it’s how I find out how best to approach your blog.
As each project, each business, each customer, each blog, each post is different. I cannot simply list my prices. Each piece will require a different amount of research, planning, actual writing time and editing.
However, I do understand that you may want a vague idea of what it might cost before you proceed. With this in mind I suggest you allow a budget of between £50-100 for a short (400-800 word) post and £80-£150 for a longer (800-1200 word) post. Once we have discussed the project I will then be able to set the price within these margins. Please see my Terms and Conditions.