Static web content is not enough. Successful online marketing requires regularly updated website content. Fresh, relevant, original articles increase your web content, attract visitors, and promote you as an expert in your field. But how do you get the ongoing supply of web copy you need to regularly update your website?
I dont know any short cuts. I do it the tried-and-true way: by actually writing fresh, relevant, original articles. Here are three reasons why you should too:
If you rely on short cuts, your websites rank (and traffic) could vanish when the tricks are assigned values reflecting their true worth. Weve seen this happen with FFA sites, portal pages, link exchanges, keyword stuffing, forum signatures ... shall I continue? If you rely on a trick, it will fail you. Its just a matter of time.
Heres my reliable, slow and steady, three-step process:
As important as it is to write and promote fresh web content, its the repeat step thats the key to making this work as part of your ongoing marketing. Otherwise, its like making a ladder with only one or two rungs. Such a ladder puts you up a little, but not enough to reach another level.
Yet, the repeat step also bogs people down. Its hard to make time to write new articles for your website month after month.
You could pick up ready-made web content from an article site or content feed, but thats one of those tricks. Think about it. An article can hardly be original content if its on a bunch of other websites. It does nothing to enhance your status as an expert. Merely republishing an article is nothing you can promote in a press release, so you get no marketing leverage out of it. Also, search engines are getting better at screening out duplicate web content.
Fortunately, theres an easy way to have a constant supply of fresh, relevant, original web content, plus the PR support to promote it. Just outsource the ongoing development and promotion of your web content to me.
I will write a 300- to 600-word article for your website every month (for reference, this article is about 500 words), and support it with a digitally distributed press release, for a fixed monthly fee of $750-$950. You get a steady flow of fresh, exclusive content for your website, plus ongoing promotion of your website and your expertise. In addition, you can use the articles in your offline marketing, such as in a newsletter or as a brochure insert. That extends the usefulness and the cost-effectiveness of the web content.
For more about this ongoing copywriting service, now.
My web content package offers ongoing web content and promotion for a fixed monthly fee. The basic package includes:
You get all that fresh content, both on your website and off-site, every month for $750-$950 per month. I recommend a trial period no shorter than six months to see any effect.
For a tighter quote, accommodating your specific needs and circumstances, please feel free to now!