I am a creative SEO copywriter and digital marketing strategist. I help companies build their online presence by helping them appear on Google searches and engage with their target audience on social media.
QWhat is SEO and why is it important?
SEO stands for search engine optimization. It is a strategy that some copywriters employ to get websites ranking on the first page of Google. There are many factors that contribute to a first-page ranking. One of the most important factors is keyword inclusion.
When you hire me to do your SEO, I research what words and phrases people are searching for when they land on your competitor's website. I then choose keywords with high search volume and low competition and develop a strategy to include these words on your website.
I use the same software as digital marketing agencies. The difference is that I take the time to know you and your business goals so that each article is optimised for your target audience.
QHow can you help me with social media?
When people approach me for social media guidance, they tend to be looking for a marketing solution that saves them time and/or money. If it's time you're looking to save, I will manage your social media posts so that you don't have to.
If your budget is your concern, I will create a personalized strategy for you so you can create the posts yourself and save money on outsourcing. I will give you hashtags, teach you how to create content of value, and give you handy information on your competitors. By learning how to use social media for business effectively, this will also save you time in the longrun.
QI'm on a tight budget but need results. Is now the time to collaborate?
I create my price quotes on a case by case basis and I am always available for a free consultation. If you are on a budget but want to get the ball rolling, get in touch and I will give you advice on simple changes you can make yourself to increase your sales. When the ball is rolling and you want to spend less time working on marketing, perhaps we can work together then. There's no pressure either way. I respond to every email I get from people asking for advice, even when there's no job at the end of it.