You’ve Got Questions…I’ve Got Answers
Can you guarantee that I’ll rank on the first page of Google?
No, absolutely not. It would be completely unethical for me to do so. Any SEO strategist who offers guaranteed results is scamming you, using illegal tactics, or both.
Please review the following on SEO, best practices, and the dangers of guarantees:
1. How Much Should I Pay for SEO Services, and Why?
2. Why The Best SEO Firms Don’t Offer Guaranteed Results
3. Can an SEO Company Offer Guaranteed First-Page Rankings?
What I can guarantee is the following:
• 100% original content. Plagiarism is not in my dictionary.
• High-quality writing free of errors.
• Actionable content that increases readership and decreases bounce rate.
• Work delivered on time and as expected.
The bulleted guarantees above are industry best practices. I’m always staying aprised of any changes to the SEO blogging industry, and you can rest assured that working with means working with an industry expert.
Using industry best practices is the best and only way to increase your chances of ranking.
So…why bother paying for SEO services at all then?
Glad you asked! 63.6% of global companies are actively investing in SEO.
Neglecting to implement SEO blogging as part of your overall marketing strategy is like trying to build a restaurant without dishwashers. No, you don’t NEED it, but without it, you’re at a serious disadvantage.
The 63.6% statistic is one of many that highlight the importance of SEO.
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It’s worth noting, too, that even if your blogs don’t rank, having an authoritative blog helps drive customer purchases.
47% of buyers consume 3-5 pieces of content before purchasing. Blogs are essential for establishing yourself as an authority that people want to hand their precious dollars to, regardless of how those blogs rank.
Should everyone invest in SEO?
I value transparency, so here it goes: no, SEO isn’t for everyone.
If you aren’t yet breaking even with revenue, paying to optimize blogs for SEO is like putting the cart before the horse.
Additionally, for an SEO blogging strategy to have maximum impact, you as the company or business owner need to have an overall marketing plan. This can include social media, email marketing, and other forms of digital marketing. Blogs alone can do a lot, but if you want to maximize the bang for your buck, you need a marketing plan.
Lastly, if the keywords you want to rank for receive fewer than 100-200 searches per month, SEO optimization isn’t worth it. The vast majority of the time, there are keywords out there that will work for you. I can figure out what they are with a content audit.
If you’ve got the revenue, marketing strategy, and keywords to support SEO blogging, then you’ve got to start implementing it! Don’t fall behind 63.6% of your competitors.
Why should I hire you? How can I trust you?
True! That’s an excellent question.
My name’s Caroline. I’m an SEO blogging expert most of the time and a horse rider, weight lifter, fiancée, and fish-mom-of-two the rest of the time. Why should you hire me?
First, I hold a degree from Cornell University, one of the best schools in the world. I’m a hard worker, world-class researcher and writer, and lifelong learner.
I’ve spent countless hours (and dollars!) taking SEO courses from the biggest names in the industry (Neil Patel, HubSpot, Laura Pennington Briggs). I offer that caliber of services, but at a lower cost. Why a lower cost? Well, I don’t quite have a name as big as Hubspot (yet!).
I’ve got a 100% satisfaction rate that speaks for itself. My content is never plagiarised, always top-quality, and you never have to doubt whether or not I’ll get the job done. I care as much about seeing you succeed as you do.
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What’s the difference between blogs and articles?
• interactive. They include comments sections and tend to be highly shareable.
• often (but not always) shorter, typically no more than 1500-2000 words.
• more casual and speak directly to your target audience.
• can be opinion-based.
• longer, typically over 2000 words.
• more formal and read like news articles.
• less about opinions, more about the cold, hard facts.
Most of us use these terms interchangeably, including me, and the differences are very subtle in practice. You can also blend blog and article elements to create a more “factual” blog or more “casual” article.
Long story short: for most of us, the difference is so subtle it’s irrelevant.
Do you offer services other than SEO blog and article writing?
Short answer: only in select situations.
My specialty is blog and article (or more general long-form) content because it’s what I’m best and the most skilled at.
However, I have proven results with other content such as website copy, in-app copy, newsletter copy, email copy, press release copy, and more. While my blog and article skills extend across a wide variety of situations, my experience writing these other types of copy is far more niched.
If you’ve got other copy in mind that you want me to write, let’s chat about it and see if we can work something out!
Still Have Questions?
I’m ready for them! I love working with people who ask great questions.
Let’s talk about it.
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