Boost Website Traffic with SEO Copywriting & Content Marketing Strategy
I have an embarrassing story.
When I was in middle school, I wrote a secret love poem to my crush and kept it stashed in my creative writing journal.
One day I left the journal in class.
Who found it? None other than Ms. Romantic and her friends. They read everything.
When her friends gave it back to me, they told me she now had a crush on me too.
This is how I learned about the power of the pen.
Still reading? That’s because I just used storytelling to hold your attention.
See, only 20% of people read past the first line of text (Nielsen Norman Group).
But with a great copywriter by your side, you can keep more people scrolling to the end.
Why does this matter?
Dwell time. (A major SEO factor):
When people stay on your page for long periods of time, it sends a signal to Google that your content is helpful and should rank higher in search results.
But you can only do this with quality content.
That’s where I come in.
How I Can Help You
Why Hire Me as Your Copywriter
Take the Guesswork out of SEO
Anyone who says SEO is dead is either ignorant or afraid to get their hands dirty.
Because I can come up with a list of trending, high-traffic topics you can rank for at your level.
With real data from my fancy tools–Ahrefs & BuzzSumo–we identify:
- Keywords you can steal from competitors at your level
- Trending topics in your niche.
The intersection of those two forms your content strategy.
In plain English, that means I can help bring more qualified organic traffic to your site than your typical “SEO” copywriter.
Guaranteed Engaging Content
I mean, c’mon…isn’t this a fun read?
But if you need further proof, take a look at my portfolio.
At the end of the day, it’s your bottom line that counts. Whether you’re in charge of the budget or you report to someone who does, you’ll be able to justify the investment.
If you have analytics set up, we’ll keep a pulse on how your copy is affecting metrics like page hits, session duration, and clickthrough rates.
After all, that which is measured improves.