Blog It to the Bank!

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Blog It to the Bank!

$999.00

Local businesses are getting found from Google searches and voice searches on people using location-enabled devices. Getting your business found in today’s world means showing up on Google search results. 

What you get:

  • 15 blog posts at 1,300 words each
  • SEO research-generated blog post titles
  • Meta data (meta description and meta title) included with each post
  • 1 image included in each post

Frequently Ask Questions

Where do I get my images for blog and social media posts?

I only use royalty-free images from pexels.com, pixabay.com and unsplash.com.

How do I generate blog post titles for you?

I use SEO research tools to see what your target customer is already looking for online, and incorporate the keywords generating the most traffic into an attention-grabbing title.

Got a sample for the email marketing content you write?

Sure do, check it out here: (link)

What’s metadata?

Meta data is what a search engine displays on a search results page when your website is listed as a link. It includes the title (the part that gets clicks) and the description (the 150-some characters that fit beneath the title. I use traffic-generating keywords and hook words so you show up looking click-worthy.

What’s your communication style with clients?

I like to keep an open line of communication while working on your project. I’d rather ensure you like what you get rather than make corrections later. I work best by email, and I respond to messages within 24 hours on weekdays. You can leave a message in my inbox using my contact form on this site.

F.A.Q.

Where do I get my images for blogs and social media posts?

I only use royalty-free images from pexels.com, pixabay.com, and unsplash.com. 

How do I generate blog post titles for you?

I use SEO research tools to see what your target customer is already looking for online and incorporate the keywords generating the most traffic into an attention-grabbing title.

Got a sample for the email marketing content you write?

Sure do check it out here: (link)

What’s metadata?

Metadata is what a search engine displays on a search results page when your website is listed as a link. It includes the title (the part that gets clicks) and the description (the 150-some characters that fit beneath the title. I use traffic-generating keywords and hook words so you show up looking click-worthy.

What’s your communication style with clients?

I like to keep an open line of communication while working on your project. I’d rather ensure you like what you get rather than make corrections later. I work best by email, and I respond to messages within 24 hours on weekdays. You can leave a message in my inbox using my contact form on this site.

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