You’re looking to increase traffic to your optimized website to boost leads and sales, but you don’t have the time—or inclination—to spend hours researching and writing every week ...
And don't forget you need to create a topical lead magnet for each post to fully optimize your opt-in rate.
And then there's the email drip campaign to educate and nurture these leads, directing them to your sales pages.
You're not just creating articles anymore, but full featured mini sales funnels.
Do you have the time to do this right?
No? Hey, that’s perfectly understandable.
Writing regular, engaging and useful blog posts takes time and effort.
Setting up and optimizing sales funnels takes time and effort.
Of course, if you don’t have the time and/or talent in-house, you can outsource this service to us at a faction of the cost of a full time employee.
So what does it take to generate a LOT of traffic with blogging
We did a ton of research and found that there were a number of similarities between the most popular blogs on the Internet:
- Long posts between 2,500 - 3,000 words. The average content length for a web page that ranks in the top 10 results for any keyword on Google has over 2,000 words.
- Posts with videos, images, and lists will attract over 40% more links than a plain text post.
- Any claims made were backed up with links to sources to prove authenticity.
- The more posts per week, the more traffic generated.
- Quality content is essential, make sure your posts are truly epic.
It’s time to take your Inbound Marketing and SEO seriously and start building an audience
Sure you can start a blog like everyone else. Maybe you’ll write the posts yourself or ask one of your team to write them.
But hey, you guys are busy right? You’re running a business and those blog posts just don’t seem to make it to the top of your priority list.
Soon your weekly blog posts become one or two a month, then one every three months. It’s OK, this story is all too common, don’t sweat it.
But if you want to succeed where others fail, we can help you.
Take Groove as an example ...
Groove has managed to grow from $0 to $100,000 per month recurring revenue over 14 months.
And their main marketing channel … their blog.
Groove really take their blogging seriously and spend an average of $1,657.25 per post.
And the best thing … the whole process can be reproduced.
Why use us?
I’ve been creating content for the web for over 17 years now and it’s still my passion. I love the depth and variety of content that’s produced daily on the Internet.
As a Conversion Rate Optimization consultant, I know the power words have in moving readers emotions, and like everyone else I love a good story.
And that’s what we produce here—stories that engage the reader, stories that educate the reader, stories that people want to share with their friends and colleagues.
And in doing this, we build your website an audience.
Now, it’s hard to find copywriters who have that special touch when it comes to engaging a reader. I know, I’ve been hiring copywriters for 5 years.
So I’ve put together a small team of talented UK and US based copywriters, personally selected by me, who know how to write copy that transports your readers away, if only for a moment, from their dreary day to day existence.
These guys and gals know how to create a story around your business … to build interest, to spark discussion, and to draw in traffic to your website.
How many posts should we be publishing per month?
We recommend a minimum of 1 per month but ideally 1 per week—but studies have shown the more you post, the more traffic you’ll receive.
Should we have images in our posts?
Definitely. Videos and images have shown to increase the number of incoming links to your posts.
We add videos and images where relevant to your posts as part of our service.
Why are your blog posts so long (over 2,000 words)?
The quick answer—long posts generate more traffic.
Longer posts take more time and effort to create, and like most things in life, more effort = more reward. The plain fact is the majority of businesses won’t go that extra distance when blogging and therefore you’ll stand out from the pack.