BLOG stands for Better Listings on Google. Nah, not really. It comes from "weblog" but you get the picture. Search engines love fresh content.
Regular blogging boosts your website's SEO. Each new blog post creates a new landing page, it gives you the opportunity to use fresh keywords and it proves to Google that your website is a going concern. But there's a problem. In fact, there are 3 problems:
I have time, because it's my job. Keyword Copywriting specialises in writing blogs on a huge variety of subjects - business, leisure, marketing, social media, mobile apps, fruit and veg, sex toys (don't ask), hotels and restaurants. You name it, I can produce a well-written, knowledgeable and immensely readable blog about it.
For the last couple of years, each and every Google algorithm update has been about one thing: fresh content.
This is great news for SEO copywriters, we've been jumping up and down with glee. But it also benefits your business website. Here's how it works:
Blogging is time-consuming. You're busy running a business. I can save you time by blogging for you and, while your website makes its way up the rankings, bring in more business. It's a low-cost way to boost your SEO and your revenue.