How to boost traffic to your website

How can you generate interest in your website? How can you ensure your website is found easily on internet searches?

One of the best ways is to have a blog. Blogging can increase the frequency of website traffic, appeal to the lead generation, and enable search engines such as Google to ping your website more often.

Your blog could incorporate the news and events you’d like to get out to your audience, or it might be a study about the latest techniques, tools and tricks of the trade.

I am an experienced blog writer and am prepared to offer my services to you.

I can offer you:

  • blog writing, including research on content that matters to you and your audience
  • fast and reliable turnaround of services
  • website building using WordPress
  • writing for SEO (search engine optimisation)

For my credentials and examples of my work, explore my site and blog, The Written Word or view my freelance writing portfolio on Upwork.

costs-benefits

The cost of service depends on a few things; how long do you want your blog piece? How frequently do you want to blog? Are you happy for me to submit a blog to you and for you to upload it to your website? Do you need a website created?

See below for an estimate of blogging costs.

4 x 300 – 500 word researched articles per month, delivered weekly over the month = $500

4 x 1,000 – 1,200 word researched articles per month, delivered weekly over the month = $900

8 x 300 – 500 word researched articles per month, delivered weekly over the month = $900

I am interested in working with you on a short or long term basis, so leave me a reply below to discuss your needs.

 

 

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